The Office of Youth Ministry – a ministry of the Catholic Youth Apostolate of the Archdiocese of St. Louis – is seeking energetic, motivated, faithful self-starters for our internship program. This program offers college age students an opportunity to give a period of service to the Church, while gaining valuable experience and formation. The internship can be used for course credit. For more information please review the OYM Intern Job Description or visit stlyouth.org. To apply, complete our Internship Application and submit it to Tom Lancia, the Director of Youth Ministry:
Director of Youth Ministry
20 Archbishop May Dr.
St. Louis Mo, 63119
Office: (314) 792-7618
Fax: (314) 792-7619
The Office of Young Adult Ministry strives to support and create a vibrant and visible community of Catholic young adults. We seek to challenge young adults to live out the Gospel call of Jesus to “make disciples of all nations” (Mt 28), while continuing to grow in their relationship with Christ and the Church. This ministry offers young adults the opportunity to grow in their spiritual life and form lasting relationships based on the call of Christ to holiness, community and service.
The Graphic Design Intern for the Office of Young Adult Ministry will gain valuable experience by assisting the office staff with the execution of several major Young Adult programs. These programs will include, but are not limited to, Emmaus Groups (small faith-sharing communities), Young Adult Conference, Theology on Tap, becomingOne Marriage Series, and the Discipulus Young Adult Institute. For more details, view the OYAM Internship Job Description. To apply, complete the OYAM Internship Application and send it to Nick Lee, the Director of Young Adult Ministry:
Director of Young Adult Ministry
20 Archbishop May Drive
St. Louis, MO 63119
Office: (314) 792-7009
The REAP (Retreat Evangelization And Prayer) Team is a retreat ministry of the Catholic Youth Apostolate. The REAP Team consists of adults and teenagers who have been specially chosen and trained to convey the Gospel to all people, especially teenagers. Using humor, drama, skits, faith sharing, games, and music, the Team's focus is to touch young people's hearts, open their minds, and stir their souls with the love of Jesus Christ.
The REAP Team is constantly seeking volunteers who are interested in working with young people of all ages in a retreat setting. To find out more, visit www.reapteam.org/apply