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Register Now for the Office of Young Adult Ministry's Encounter Conference

The Office of Young Adult Ministry's Encounter Conference is a conference specifically designed for the twenty-somethings & thirty-somethings of the Church. The Encounter Conference is a partnership between Steubenville Conferences & the Archdiocese of St. Louis. 

Encounter will be May 29-31 at the St. Charles Convention Center in St. Charles, MO. A commuter registration pass is $115, and hotel registration begins at $225. 

Encounter will offer time for community and fellowship, as well as fantastic talks by Chris Stefanick, Fr. Mike Schmitz, Josh Blakesly, Katie Hartfiel, Mary Bielski & Matt Fradd. 

Last year, over five hundred young adults gathered together to encountered Christ - and each other. Sign up today! The deadline to register w/ the hotel option is April 30th. For more details, visit the Encounter Conference website or call the Office of Young Adult Ministry at (314) 792-7008.

Want to Audition for "The Wizard of Oz?"

The Catholic Youth Apostolate is pleased to announce this year's musical will be "The Wizard of Oz", presented at Incarnate Word Academy July 24, 25 and 26, 2015!

WE NEED YOUR MUNCHKINS!

School-age children are especially welcome in this show. We'll also have an adult chorus and speaking parts to cast.

Audition Opportunities

-Sunday, April 26, 1:30 pm, Holy Spirit Parish Hall: 3130 Parkwood Lane, 63043
-Wednesday, April 29, 6:30 pm, Holy Spirit Parish Hall
-Sunday, May 3, 1:30 pm, Cardinal Rigali Center, 20 Archbishop May Drive, 63119
-Wednesday, May 6, 6:30 pm, Cardinal Rigali Center

How to Prepare

Come prepared to sing a show tune, do a cold readings from the script, and to move! All who audition will be welcome in the chorus if not cast in a role.

Questions? Contact Director Dan Karcher: dkarcher@sbcglobal.net

Random Acts of Sportsmanship Spotted at CYC Lacrosse Games

The CYC Lacrosse season opened last month with 12 games scheduled on Saturday March 21st.  In the game between Sacred Heart-Florissant and St. Michael, a Random Act of Sportsmanship (RAS) was spotted, not once, but twice. Two different times a Sacred Heart player fell to the ground.  Both times, Evelyn Trampe, a St. Michael player, stopped immediately to see if fallen player was alright, and helped her to her feet.  The Sacred Heart coach, Mike Seibman, called out, "that is great sportsmanship #33".  Way to go Evelyn!

We also want to recognize Mike Seibman and his Sacred Heart-Florissant team and Karen Anderson and her St. Gerard team for their RAS.  Due to a scheduling snafu, two teams were left without an opponent.  In those cases Mike and Karen had their teams stay so the teams that were excited to start the season had someone to play instead of having a forfeit.  Thanks Coaches!!

Often times acts of good sportsmanship go unnoticed, or if noticed, unmentioned.  Those should not be unmentionables!  They should be spotted and shouted about.  As a CYC we want to recognize these acts, praise the people involved, and encourage others to follow in their footsteps.  So when you see a Random Act of Sportsmanship make a mental note and then drop an email about it to buzzswanston@archstl.org so we can shout about it and bring it to everyone's attention.  As the CYC, we want to help everyone realize that good sportsmanship makes great sports!!

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