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Thursdays 7pm-9pm @ Catholic Youth Ministries office
Join us Thursday nights for faith sharing mixed with fellowship and game nights as we seek to quench our thirst with Christ! Beginning Sept. 1st with a social; Sept. 15 Brendan Kelly will speak; Sept. 29 a social event, Oct. 13th with Brother Bob on The Bible: Intro to Scripture; Oct. 27 with Brother Dennis visiting the Mt. St. Francis archives. Our Thirsty Thursdays continue through May. Look for updates here at our website or contact Jennifer at her email.
Keep College Students Connected!
Have you a son or daughter attending college? Catholic Youth Ministries would love to keep them connected to the Catholic community by updating them on college ministry opportunities. Email Sandy@nadyouth.org with your son or daughter’s name, email address, school mailing address, and contact number so they can receive information on retreats, service opportunities, and gatherings! Call our office, 812-923-83555 if you have questions.
New Albany Deanery Catholic Youth Ministries
provides programs and services to the Catholic parishes of Clark, Floyd and Harrison counties. 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!
THEOLOGY ON TAP
Starting up again beginning Thursday, September 1st 6:30pm-8:00pm at Logan’s Roadhouse on Hwy. 131 in Clarksville. If you are new to Theology on Tap, this is an informal gathering to explore our Catholic life. The presentation starts at 7:00pm and the first session will be given by Ken Ogorek. Come and chew over good food and conversation!
YOUNG ADULT BIBLE SHARING
For all 22-39 year olds beginning on Monday, September 12th, 7:00-8:15pm at the Catholic Youth Ministries office at Mt. St. Francis. This will begin a 10 week series. Practice Makes Catholic is the study book being used. Contact Jesse Eichhorn @ 573-837-52995 if you have questions or need more information.
The 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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