The best Catholic resources for reaching young adults

Fall 2012

By | Fall 2012 | Posted on September 7, 2012

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All Hallows Eve: Bonfire and Blessing

This autumn bonfire captures the faith-filled dimensions of the Halloween season with a mass (or prayer service), food (ideally potluck), and fellowship (with thought-provoking conversation).

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Dish with the Bish (Or Other Distinguished Guest)

This program is a potluck and Q&A designed to create an environment where young adults feel comfortable asking (and getting answers to) their biggest questions about God and the Church.

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Take a Hike! (For the Rest of Your Life)

Young adults head to the great outdoors for meaningful reflection in nature on this one-day retreat, which combines individual discernment with paired and group discussion.

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Holy Heroes

This event will bring the stories of saints to life using “Saints for Our Times,” shared reflection, and discussion. 

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Service Saturdays A young volunteer with a Catholic-run charity helps fix up a home in a poor area of West Virginia. (CNS file photo/Paul Haring)

This service project experience for young adults is designed to be manageable for the busy young adult’s schedule and meant to engage them in service opportunities in their community.

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Mission of Baptism: Prayer, Reflection, and Service

This overnight weekend retreat focuses on service to others in light of our Baptismal call. It invites participants to pray and reflect on the ideas of call, service, and mission, not only in direct service opportunities but to their experience within their faith community.

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By | Fall 2012 | Posted on September 6, 2012

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A Journey Toward Salvation -- What Does Our Baptismal Call Mean? A Deacon baptizes an infant at Sts. Philip and James Church in St. James, New York. (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz)

This program features speakers, discussion, and a prayer service that will help young adults strengthen and renew their baptismal commitment and learn about their connection to the Body of Christ.

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Journey With Philippians 1

Using Philippians 1 as a guide, young adults will embark on a three-part journey of practical Scripture study, discernment, service projects, and community gathering and discussion.

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