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Project Life Returns!

Project Life, a service retreat sponsored by the Office of Youth Ministry, gathers teens from various backgrounds to be transformed by the Gospel call to love one another through service to those in need. Throughout the course of the week, teens (aka "Feet Washers") come to know and recognize Jesus Christ in themselves and in the people they serve. Through spiritual programming, great music, hard work, and good times, Project Life has become an awesome event that allows Christ to speak and work through them in ways they would never have imagined!

Feet Washers Unite!!!

  • When: June 12 - 17, 2016
  • Place: Once again we will be based out of Villa Duchesne High School in St. Louis County. Worksites will be all over St. Louis City, St. Louis County, and possibly St. Charles County.
  • Cost: $220 for teens and Young Adult Leaders, and $120 for Chaperones

For more details and to register, click here. If you have questions, please call the Office of Youth Ministry at (314) 792-7650.

Hearts on Fire Retreat for Young Adults

Registration is open for the Hearts on Fire Retreat, a partnership between the Office of Young Adult Ministry and the Apostleship of Prayer! The Hearts on Fire Retreat will take place March 18th and 19th at St. Anselm Parish. This retreat will allow you to get to know other young adults, as well as take time to reflect and be with the Lord as Holy Week begins.

This retreat is led by a team of young Jesuits and designed to help you grow closer to Christ through the spiritual exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola. More details & registration can be found here! Please email stlya@archstl.org if you have any questions!

More Info Regarding Archbishop Carlson's Letter to Scout Leaders

On Thursday, February 18th, Archbishop Carlson sent a letter to parish and scout leaders asking them to reevaluate the mission effectiveness of the Girl Scout program and to consider other options.

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