Office of Young Adult Ministry

Welome to the online home of the Office of Young Adult Ministry of the Archdiocese of St. Louis.  The Office of Young Adult Ministry strives to support programs that already exist in the Archdiocese, as well as to begin new programs through our active outreach, St. Louis Young Adults (STLYA), specifically targeted at those between the ages of 21-35.

Please know that we are here to serve you.  If there is anything I can do to help make Young Adult ministry a bigger part of your life or parish, don't hesitate to contact me.

****We will be soon be migrating most of our content and calendar away from this website. Please visit our new website below for all up-to-date information.****

In Christ,

Nick Lee

Director of Young Adult Ministry

nicklee@archstl.org

Latest News

Encounter Steubenville Young Adult Conference

**The Encounter Conference website is now live! Check it out at www.encounterstl.com

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The Archdiocese of St. Louis Office of Young Adult Ministry is excited to announce the first ever St. Louis Steubenville Young Adult Conference.

It wil be called - Encounter: Awakening a Generation.  We've been hard at work planning an amazing weekend that will feature powerful speakers, oppourtinies to take deepen your Catholic faith and grow in community.

You may have been on a Steubenville Youth Conference as a teenager and asked yourself- "what is there for me now???" - the answer is- Encounter.  Know that this conference is planned specifically for you as a Catholic young adult and will be a different expereince from the High School conferences- but it will be every bit as powerful!

 

 

More details and registration information for this one of a kind conference will be posted soon, but for now sign up below to receive email updates for registration!

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Hearts on Fire Retreat for ArchSTL Young Adults

Sign up for the Hearts on Fire Retreat taking place on June 28-29! Register here: http://www.apostleshipofprayer.org/hof2013stlouis.html

If you'd enjoy an introduction to some practical ways of connecting your faith and your everyday life, come join us. Whether you're new to prayer or are just looking for new ways to pray and live a more meaningful life, this retreat is for you!

Join young adults from the St. Louis area for…

  • A day and a half of spiritual renewal for young adults
  • Dynamic presentations from young Jesuit priests and scholastics (seminarians)
  • An introduction to the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola and the spirituality of the Apostleship of Prayer
  • Insights on how the deepest desires of our hearts lead us to the Heart of Jesus Christ
  • Practical ways to connect faith and daily life

Check out the website for more information, including a schedule and presenters!http://www.apostleshipofprayer.org/hof2013stlouis.html

WHAT PARTICIPANTS ARE SAYING:

“I can’t remember the last time... I spent a good hour in prayer. Having that time set aside was very much needed, and even more fruitful. Praying by means of Ignatian contemplation is definitely something I’ll continue to do.” Annie, Milwaukee

“St. Ignatius and the Holy Spirit inspired you well. Each talk tugged at my heart. It was wonderful to ‘fall in love with Jesus’ all over again. Thank you!” Patty, Iowa City

“I’d be surprised if a single retreatant went home without at least one talk having set his or her heart on fire.” Tom, Chicago

“I liked the consolation/desolation talk. It helped explain some of the realities we experience and how to deal with them.” Ron, Philadelphia

For more testimonials from Hearts on Fire participants, click here!

Retreat location:
Cardinal Rigali Center
20 Archbishop May Dr
Saint Louis, MO 63119

Audrey Assad Concert Rescheduled

They Audrey Assad & Adam Bitter concert previously scheduled for February 21st has been rescheduled for Thursday May 2nd.  Tickets for the new date can be purchased at the Catholic Youth Apostolate Store.

 

If you had purchased tickets to the previous show, you will be mailed new tickets at no charge.

 

Contact brianmiller@archstl.org with any questions.

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