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Registration Now Open for 2017 CYC High School Hoops!


2017 CYC HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Team Registration is open at www.cycstl.siplay.com

  • Don’t miss out on another fun season of basketball! 
  • Last year over 110 teams played in CYC high school leagues
  • Male and female leagues in two high school age groups
  • Season begins January 6th and ends on March 12th
  • Teams play 10 games, plus playoffs for qualifying teams
  • Leagues are comprised of teams with players of similar skill and age, not geography. This makes for better games and more fun for both teams.
  • Teams can be made up of grade school or high school friends!!
  • Teams need to be sponsored by a recognized religious-based church, grade school, or high school

**   Act quickly — Registration ends December 30, 2016  **

For more info, check out website above or contact Butch Rosier at (314) 792-7255 or brosier@archstl.org!

CYC Archdiocesan Soccer Championships Kicked Off This Week!

CYC Archdiocesan Soccer Championships began this week and continue through November 20th.  Over the next two weekends, more than 160 teams will complete in 22 divisions. The North and South County CYC Districts are hosting the championships, and games will be played at parishes throughout those areas.  

You can view tournament information, including brackets, on the CYC Soccer page.

We invite you to come out and cheer on the youth of our Archdiocese who proudly represent their teams and parishes!

STL Young Adult Forum

The Office of Young Adult Ministry will host the second annual Young Adult Forum on Saturday, November 5th from 1-4:30pm at Boland Hall next door to the New Cathedral.

November 5th will be the Office of Young Adult Ministry’s fifth anniversary, and we believe the Forum will be a fitting way to celebrate. As the apostolate continues to grow, we are developing new initiatives to engage young adults in the life of their parish and the archdiocese. The day will consist of two short talks addressing evangelization and strategies for young adult outreach, two breakout discussion sessions, the opportunity to meet with other young adult leaders, and prayer. The Forum will officially end at 4:30pm, but we encourage participants to attend the 5pm Vigil Mass at the Cathedral. After Mass, we will be organizing small dinner groups at restaurants in the Central West End so participants can continue the conversation over food and drink.

Pastors from around the archdiocese have been asked to invite two members from each parish to attend. If you are interested in attending, please contact you parish priest. Visit the brand new Young Adult website for more information!

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