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Almost 300 youth gather at center for Adoration, Music, and Praise More than 278 young people gathered in Ludlow Falls on June 24 for day of evangelization and celebration. The second annual AMP Fest (“AMP” stands for “Adoration, Music, Praise”) in grades seven through 12 attended the day hosted by

Nnearly 250 youth group members attended last year’s first-ever event., and the AMP team anticipates doubling that number this year. The afternoon and evening event includes recreation time, Adoration, speakers, dinner, and Mass celebrated by Archbishop Schnurr. Music will be provided throughout the day by His Own and ALOB. Ryan

VIA Catholic invites all youth ministry volunteers to a new event: a day-long formation retreat. Volunteers will have the opportunity to seek the face of Christ, while being equipped with practical tools for evangelization and discipleship. It aims to provide both spiritual and practical principles by which youth evangelization can be approached,

IHOP (Intense Hour of Prayer) includes Adoration, devotional music, and “Live it Like a Song” talk (Confessional also available)– followed by IHOP (Intense Hour of Pancakes) in the school’s cafeteria. This event for high school and college age student is free… bring a friend! Reserve a space at by

Quarterly Encounter youth prayer festivals are open to all area high school students. Created by area youth ministers, they feature inspiring talks, dynamic prayer and music, Eucharistic Adoration, and more to help teens encounter Christ through worship. Winterfest will feature Father Chris Geiger, ordained just this May. Check with your

By Angela Cave Catholic News Service JAMAICA, N.Y. — Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan of New York and other speakers at a Steubenville Youth Conference inspired 1,800 Catholic teenagers to live their faith openly. The conference was held Aug. 7-9 at St. John’s University in the Jamaica section of the New

By Angela Cave Catholic News Service JAMAICA, N.Y.  — The first Steubenville Youth Conference to be held in New York drew 1,800 teenagers from around the country Aug. 7-9 to St. John’s University in Jamaica in the New York borough of Queens. They came seeking to bolster their faith and

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph “Your mission is to call all people into faith in Jesus Christ and His Church, centered on the Eucharist.” Surrounded by 24 pages of text that echo the poetic style of St. Paul, the above quote is the simplest synopsis of The Rule of

By Carol Zimmermann Catholic News Service  WASHINGTON — U.S. millennials, born between 1980 and 2000, don’t want to be pigeonholed into categories. They are predominantly religiously unaffiliated and not identified by any political party. They are more ethnically and racially diverse than the general population. This group of 18- to

  By Catholic News Service ANAHEIM, Calif. — Los Angeles Archbishop Jose H. Gomez advised young Catholics to do three things: talk to Jesus, read the Gospels, and do deeds of love and mercy every day. “The work of Jesus’ words continues through you and though me,” the archbishop said