Regional Kairos Retreat for 11th & 12th graders!
March 1-3, 2019 at Mother Boniface Spirituality Center in Philadelphia
Kairos is a 3-day retreat based on the Spiritual Exercises of St Ignatius of Loyola. During the retreat, participants open themselves up to God’s Love as well as the love of their families and friends. This retreat creates an environment of acceptance and love in which participants con know about and accept Christ more deeply in their lives. Ideally retreatants find that hey have grown in relationship with God, self and others.
This regional retreat is designed to give public school kids a chance to involve themselves in the KARIOS experience, but it is not limited to public school teens!
Cost – $250 if registered before 1/25 / $300 afterward
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Steubenville Youth Conference
June 21-23, 2019
Franciscan University, Steubenville, OH
This the teens’ favorite youth group event every year. This weekend is filled with fellowship, the Eucharist and Confession, dynamic speakers who are so entertaining but have such great messages for the teens, great worship music, and small groups. The weekend culminates with Saturday night Adoration which is such an incredibly moving experience for most teens in the presence of our Lord. This weekend has changed the lives of so may teens. Every teen needs the encouragement from their friends and parents to attend.
Click Here to read a great blog explaining the conference
Check out some videos of the speakers here!
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Men and women today are faced with a constant assault on their emotions. Whether from the media or the environment around them, relationships are especially under attack. Emotional virtue targets this battle within by setting forth a vision for virtue in the twenty-first century, one that focuses on beginning with the end in mind. Watch more here
Stations of the Cross
E.P.I.C. Youth Group welcomes all young people in the community to explore the Catholic faith and grow in charity and responsibility by deepening their relationship with Jesus Christ, family, friends, and themselves.
Our goal is to generate a culture of new Saints!
Our community seeks to build strong leaders and disciples of Jesus Christ where all young people can come together to learn skills and habits that help lead to a more positive self-image, leadership skills, magnanimity of God, and charitable hearts!
By participating in the sacraments, exploring the faith, developing a deep prayer life, giving back to the community, and defending human dignity teens can strive to cultivate a true and authentic life, knowing
“Everything is Possible In Christ.” John 15:13