St. Matthew, Gahanna (Youth Minister: Maggie Smith)
St. Michael, Findlay (Youth Minister: Alyssa Brown)
St. Michael, Worthington (Youth Minister: Meg Heller)
Our Lady of Perpetual Help (Youth Minister: McAndrew)
Our Lady of Peace, Columbus (Youth Minister: Peter Richards)
St. Patrick, Columbus (Youth Minister: Patrick Reis)
St. Timothy, Columbus (Youth Minister: Dan McCallister)
Scioto Jackson Catholic Consortium, Portsmouth (Youth Minister: Paul Baum)
St. John Paul II lived one of the most extraordinary lives in all of human history. Known for his great love for JESUS IN THE EUCHARIST, THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY, AND THE YOUTH, he will be our guide and "retreat master" as we seek to OPEN WIDE THE DOORS TO CHRIST so that Jesus may more fully be Lord of our lives!
START TIME: 6:00pm FRIDAY (Dinner provided) END TIME: 12:00PM SUNDAY (Lunch not provided)
Cost: $80 Payable to your parish or the youth group you attend
(Nobody will be turned away for financial reasons. If you want to attend, please sign up and then let your youth minister know you need financial assistance. )
Deadline to Register: March 1st
Please complete the form below
CONTACT BRENDAN O'ROURKE, DIRECTOR OF YOUTH MINISTRY
In addition to @mandyl0v35 giving an awesome talk tomorrow night, we’ll also have some special guests joining us. Hint: it’s some of the sisters in this picture. And who doesn’t love sisters?!?
No you’re not seeing double. Actually you are though. But anyway. If you couldn’t make it this past week Amanda will be speaking on the fruits and gifts of the Holy Spirt THIS Sunday!
“Dear Brothers and Sisters!
Each year, the Lenten Season is set before us as a good opportunity for the intensification of prayer and penance, opening hearts to the docile welcoming of the divine will. During Lent, a spiritual journey is outlined for us that prepares us to relive the Great Mystery of the Death and Resurrection of Christ. This is done primarily by listening to the Word of God more devoutly and by practising mortification more generously, thanks to which it is possible to render greater assistance to those in need.” St. John Paul II, Message for Lent 2005
The ever joyful Amanda Loftin from @catholicyouthsummercamp will be sharing on the Fruits and Gifts of the Holy Spirit tomorrow! Oh. She also has a black belt. 🥋
👎🏻 Thumbs down if you’re sad middle school girls youth group is canceled tonight 👎🏻
Go outside and enjoy the snow day!
You’re probably lying in bed right now praying for a snow day cause you didn’t do your homework. Well, while you’re doing that, go sign up for spring retreat!
Thumbs up if you’re pumped for middle school girls youth group tomorrow! 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 6:30 in the lower level
Don’t care about the Super Bowl? Don’t want to watch the Patriots (probably) win again? Come spend time with Jesus. We will still have the game on in the lower level after Adoration. The 1st half is boring anyway.
St. John Bosco, patron of the youth, pray for us. (1815-1888, Turin, Italy)
“Do not be afraid! Do not be satisfied with mediocrity!” Let’s do this. Registration link is in the bio...cause where else would it be?