This Week Archives

Guest Speaker

Guest speakers are always a great way to bring a group together. Consider inviting a Catholic guest speaker to talk about relationships, career development, or mental health through the lens of faith.
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St. Sebastian

St. Sebastian’s birthplace and birthday are unknown. In 283, Sebastian joined the Roman army, and during his time in military service, he convinced prominent Roman…

Fishers of Men

Third Sunday in Ordinary Time: How have our lives changed in following Christ? How should they change? Where is God in the midst of it all?

Everyone Has a Vocation

Consider coupling encouraging discussions about vowed religious vocations with broader conversations about vocational discernment. ...

Answering the Call

Second Sunday in Ordinary Time: Who in your life has helped you figure out when and where God is calling you?

Intro Night

In any group setting, it’s nice to have a formal introduction and get to know other people in the group.

St. John the Apostle

St. John the Apostle enjoyed a special friendship with Jesus and was known as the “beloved disciple” in the Gospels.

The Impossible Becoming Possible

The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph: Reflect on your relationships with your own family. Have you been honoring your father and mother? Your siblings? Is there someone in your family you need to forgive?

Christmas Day Welcome

Invite newcomers to a quick meet-and-greet with a member of the parish staff of young adult ministry...

St. Thorlak

Thorlak (1133-1193) is the patron saint of Iceland. He was born to a poor farming family, but he was clearly gifted, so his family made…

Bring the Noise!

Mike Hayes discusses the dos and don’ts of building an inviting parish for young adults including invigorating masses with powerful music and inspiring preaching.

Vindication

Third Sunday of Advent: What vindication do we long for? How do we develop a life of gratitude? How can we “make straight the way of the Lord?” …

St. Francis Xavier

St. Francis Xavier was the first Jesuit missionary and is responsible for more conversions to Christ since St. Paul ...
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