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The authentic College life..Take the Challenge!

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.   College-Age Team Leaders will 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, Living a week of simplicity with others in a community setting, opportunities for leading prayer, Eucharist, developing compassion, Empower high-school students, enjoy fun, games, and laughter, Take in a natural beauty and rich culture of the Appalachian mountains.

College Team Leaders will be heading out on July 10th with the crew.  The final meeting is Friday, July 6th at 9:00 am.   

 

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