The best Catholic resources for reaching young adults

Step by Step Programs

By | Step by Step | Posted on April 11, 2014

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Composting Church “Compost sign” image by Kristy Hall licensed under Creative Commons “Attribution 2.0” http://www.flickr.com/photos/fragiletender/

Invite young adults and even your entire parish to join you in a composting project this summer. There are options to make this simple or even a little more hands-on. Pick the entry level that is right for you and begin caring for God’s creation by composting your food scraps.

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By | Step by Step | Posted on April 11, 2014

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Religious Road Trip

Plan a “Religious Road Trip” to attend mass at a parish you do not normally attend. Schedule this group trip to explore a different parish and restaurant local to that area.

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By | Step by Step | Posted on April 11, 2014

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Summer Prayer Nights (CNS photo/Paul Haring)

This is a prayer experience for young adults and the community at large. Young adults will invite those passing by the church to enter for a moment of prayer as the Blessed Sacrament is exposed.

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By | Step by Step | Posted on April 11, 2014

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 Walking Together Through the Summer

Find a charity walk in your community and create a young adult team from your parish to fundraise and walk in the event. Plan activities to build community and encourage spiritual growth as you prepare to participate in the charity walk.

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By | Lent 2014 | Posted on January 28, 2014

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Family Mass and Potluck Dinner

Taking children under 5 to Mass can be stressful for young families. This event provides a relaxed atmosphere to gather families with young children for Mass at an alternate site followed by a potluck dinner. Volunteers lead children in a Lenten craft activity and games. Families can worship together and have an opportunity to meet and create community with others.

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By | Lent 2014 | Posted on January 15, 2014

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Discussing Faith Online

This is a four-week online faith sharing community that centers on Catholic Social Teaching. The group will meet via Google+ Hangouts and will use YouTube videos, articles, and online simulation to facilitate conversation about living out the Catholic faith in the world.

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By | By | Lent 2014 | Posted on January 12, 2014

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Lenten Vegan Challenge

Invite young adults to participate in a challenge to “go vegan” this Lent and give up eating animal products. This program will help you organize young adults for the challenge and plan for vegan meals for your young adult group — even those who don’t participate in the challenge.

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By | Lent 2014 | Posted on January 12, 2014

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Project H2O in Your Parish

This program is a Lenten solidarity project that combines learning the value of our beverages with an understanding of sacrifice. It includes the personal experience of giving up beverages other than water and a group experience of learning and sharing about water needs in the world.

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By | Lent 2014 | Posted on January 12, 2014

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Lenten Soup Supper and Speaker

This program is a simple supper with a speaker focusing on an issue of Catholic Social Teaching or social justice.

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By | Lent 2014 | Posted on January 11, 2014

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Lenten Prayer Book

These instructions will help you create a Lenten prayer book for young adults that’s written by young adults. The prayer book contains meditations based on the daily Gospel readings for Lent and will invite young adults to deepen their prayer life.

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