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NADCYM

Posted July 24, 2017 By Mary Pettit

New Albany Deanery Catholic Youth Ministries

provides programs and services to the Catholic parishes of Clark, Floyd and Harrison counties in Indiana. We serve families, youth, and young adults by providing services for them to develop and nurture a relationship with Jesus Christ that is lived out in the Catholic faith community!

The New Albany Deanery is part of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis and includes the parishes of :

St. Michael, Charlestown

St. Anthony of Padua, Clarksville

St. Joseph, Corydon

St. Michael, Greenville

St. Mary-of-the-Knobs, Floyds Knobs

St. Bernard, Frenchtown

St. Peter, Harrison County

St. Francis Xavier, Henryville

Sacred Heart of Jesus, Most, Jeffersonville

St. Augustine, Jeffersonville

St. Mary, Lanesville

St. Mary, Navilleton

Holy Family, New Albany

Our Lady of Perpetual Help, New Albany

St. Mary, New Albany

Precious Blood, Most, New Middletown

St. Joseph, St. Joseph Hill (Closed)

St. John Paul II Parish, Sellersburg

St. Paul, Sellersburg (Closed)

St. John the Baptist, Starlight

 

           

Work of Angels 2017 Campaign

Posted July 21, 2017 By Mary Pettit

 


           

SAFE SITTER Class

Posted June 14, 2018 By Mary Pettit

Saturday, September 22, 2018, from 9 am – 3 pm we will be hosting another Safe Sitter class. 

Designed to prepare students in grades 6-8 to be safe when they’re home alone, watching younger siblings, or babysitting.

The instructor-led class is filled with fun games and role-playing exercises. Students even get to use manikins to practice rescue skills like choking rescue and CPR!

SAFETY SKILLS

Students learn how to prevent unsafe situations and what to do when faced with dangers such as power failures or weather emergencies.

FIRST AID & RESCUE SKILLS

Learning skills such as choking rescue and CPR is often students’ favorite part of the class. Students also learn a system to help them assess and respond to injuries and illnesses.

LIFE & BUSINESS SKILLS

The ability to screen jobs, discuss fees, and greet employers will set students up for success now and in the future. Students practice these skills through various role plays.

CHILD CARE SKILLS

Students learn tips to manage behavior that will help them stay in control of themselves and the children in their care. Students also learn the ages and stages of child development, as well as practice diapering.

This course also involves learning CPR.  Student-Registration-Form for upcoming Safe Sitter class.  Letter-to-Parents for Safe Sitter class.

           

Smokin’ Hot Summer Daze

Posted May 29, 2018 By Mary Pettit

Ready to step it up?

Get into a sure-fire rewarding summer with Service and Social time!  Middle school students, contact your Youth Minister or Contact.

Looking forward to a Middle School bust out at Mount Saint Francis involving service opportunities; indoor crazy fun at the Main Event and then splashin’ time at the Aquatic Park in Jeffersonville with all the other students in the Deanery. 

All crazy involved AND wearing the cool t-shirts!    

           

Off-Road 5K Friar Run 1 Mile Family Fun Run/Walk

Posted May 22, 2018 By Mary Pettit

5K Friar Run 2018

Place Time Runner
1 24:01.02 Cecil Evans
2 24:01.38 Zeph Bontrager
3 24:28.12 Ethan Dawson
4 24:36.49 Friar Andrew Hennessey
5 25:18.78 Ryan Waiz
6 25:24..02 Lauren Crowe
7 26:40.21  
8 27:10.23 Andrew Zakel
9 27:57.48 Rick Miller
10 28:00.01 Mattie Whitworth
 11 28:29.24 Jerry Doyle
12 28:40.09 Layla Davis
13 30:05.65 Jesse Eichhorn
14 30:22.34 Ted Pflueger
15 30:59.00 Sara Zakel
16 31:35.59 Christian Lyons
17 31:53.06 Keith Hutton
18 32:05.55 Jon Train
19 32:10.69 Luke Banet
20 32:22.33 Morgan Smith
21 32:38.78 Ashley Nevin
22 32:39.59 Brittany McAndrew
23 36:09.07 RJ Lamb
24 36:09.92 Daniel Schilmiller
25 36:44.73 Tina Nash
 26 37:08.78 Connor Zwissler
 27 37:42.06 Andrew Henderson
 28 38:18.81 Keith Henderson
 29 38:19.50  
 30 38:20.31  
31 38:51.05 Brick Marlin
 32 39:44.78 Jack Watkins
 33 40:33.15 June Waiz
 34 40:33.61  
35 41:22.66  
36 42:00.70 Christina Sands
37 42:49.82 Donna Richard
38 44:16.66 Terri Popson
39 44:38.54 Carlye Miller
 40 44:45.53 Donna Kiehan
 41 47:47.79 Linda Hunt
 42 47:51.15 Rick Wardrip
 43 48:25.49 Paula Chandler
44  49:54.89 Carl Schenck
 45 49:57.78 Laura Schenck
46 49:58.53 Nolan Banet
 47 51:08.11 Sharon Watkins
 48 51:08.77 Lisa Zwissler
 49 51:09.27 Ron Naville
 50 58:37.18 Angie Banet
 51 58:43.90 Jenny Kraft Kuchle
 52 58:52.76 Max Kuchle
 53 59:21.53 Janis Phillips
 54 59:23.03  

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Thank you to our 5K Sponsors, Pacers and Racers, Dr. Black’s Eye Associates, Mobile Diagnostic Veterinary Services with Carrie Spencer, DVM, Ernstberger’s Orthodontics, Priority Radiology, Mount Saint Francis, Gotta Go Dumpster Service, LLC, LIBS Paving Co., Holy Family Radio WLCR , and Megan Landis, MD – Dermatology & Skin Cancer Center of So. Indiana.

           

CYO King Island Family Day

Posted April 23, 2018 By Mary Pettit

 

 

The Archdiocesan office of CYO is sponsoring a King Island Day on July 18, 2018.

 

Tickets are available for ages 3 and up through the CYO Office, 580 E. Stevens Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46203 by Monday, July 9, 2018.

 

Call CYO office at 317-632-9311 for ordering information.

 

Additional ordering requirements can be found on the informational flyer which can be downloaded here.

           

The authentic College life..Take the Challenge!

Posted October 23, 2017 By Mary Pettit

The Crux…A study in Christ crucified and in turning points.

Have you had faith questions, but didn’t find a place to ask them?

Are you interested in how you relate to Christ?

Would you like to connect with others who are also looking for answers?

We will be gathering to explore all of this with you in our upcoming Bible study.

College Summer Bible study every Monday night beginning June 4th, with dinner at 6:00 pm.

Come to the Catholic Youth Ministries office at Mt. St. Francis.

We will dig into fundamentals, ask questions, become renewed. 

Hosted by Rachel Naville.

Contact Philip, philip@nadyouth.org or 812-923-8355 for more info.

 

 

 

 

 


 

Thirsty Thursday EVERY Thursday this Summer           

Every Thursday evening this summer, starting at 6:00 pm at Catholic Youth Ministries, we will meet-up for Thirsty Thursday.  Meet for dinner first and then we will take an amazing look at the Catholic Faith as we have not seen it before.  Do you have questions about the 2,000-year-old traditions?  Is your faith, your worldview?  Maybe you’ve wondered if it is more a way of life?  A relationship?  A mystery?  Essentials you may have questions about are all on the table this summer.

Hosted by Philip Weise, Director of Catholic Youth Ministries; College and Young Adult Lead.

philip@nadyouth.org

Catholic Youth Ministries 812-923-8355. 

 

 

 


Wolfe Pack 2018 – College Team – July 10 – 15

Appalachia Summer Mission is a week of service opportunity for High School Students that provides hands-on experience in reaching out to community members in one of the region’s poorest areas, Wolfe County, Kentucky.  We need College-Age Team Leaders who can be site leaders, group leaders and service leaders to the High School students.  Areas of Service: Home Rehabilitation and Repair, Thrift Shop & Food Bank, The Good Shepherd Mission. Program Features: Team approach that promotes learning & acting together on justice and service, Live a week of simplicity with others in a community setting, Creative opportunities for leading prayer, Eucharist, developing compassion, Empower high-school students, enjoy fun, games, and laughter, Take in the natural beauty and rich culture of the Appalachian mountains.

  Email Philip by May 31st if you are interested in being on the team of this mission.

 

           

Building a strong and unique High School Life!!

Posted September 20, 2017 By Mary Pettit

Awards Ceremony Wednesday, May 9th Mt. St. Francis Chapel 


High School Summer Wolfe Pack July 10-15, 2018

Interested in a hands-on service experience?  Can you live simply for a week in one of the region’s poorest areas?  Ready to work at helping others improve their living situation?  Then Wolfe Pack may be just the experience and mission that you are looking for.  We are looking for incoming high school Juniors, Seniors and graduating Seniors to join up with us and head over to Wolfe County, KY in the Red River Gorge area where we partner with The Good Shepherd Mission and the sisters of St. Francis of Oldenburg to serve those in need in the community of Campton, KY.  We will be staying at the Bethany Christian Mission Center, minutes away from Good Shepherd Catholic Church.  We will be helping with home repair and the work of The Good Shepherd Mission to assist with their ministries of education, food bank and in the thrift shop.  We will also be using this opportunity to deepen our faith.  Interested?  Early registration is happening now until May 15th.  $100 deposit is due with the early registration, final payment due by June 19th.  Total cost is $350.  Spaces are filled on a first come, first serve basis and we generally fill up fast.  Online registration at this link.  

High School Wolfe Pack 2017 

           

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Posted August 27, 2017 By Mary Pettit

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safe and sacred buttonThe Archdiocese of Indianapolis has initiated a convenient new online training program for adults on protecting children from harm. The training builds awareness of how to recognize and report physical abuse, emotional abuse, neglect, and child sexual abuse. Safe and Sacred replaces the Virtus program and offers broader content and easier access to training.

The training is available in English and Spanish 24 hours per day, 7 days per week at www.safeandsacred-archindy.org it takes about 45 minutes to complete and can be done in parts. As of August 1, 2013, all new clergy, employees, and volunteers who have contact with children must complete the Safe and Sacred program before beginning ministry, work, or volunteer service. Current clergy, employees, and volunteers will re-certify starting in January 2014.

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