Youth Movie Night
What: Faith-centered films for youth, followed by facilitated discussion.
Date(s) of Event/Theme: Second Friday of each month throughout the year. Check
bulletin for details and monthly movie.
Registration/Deadline: None necessary, just show up. Always free!
Ages: 5th grade and up
Where: Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, St. Thomas room or St. Augustine room
What kids are saying: "Youth Movie Night is a great opportunity to meet with
friends, enjoy a good movie, and become a little bit of a Catholic movie critic. So, come hang out,
some popcorn, and have a good faith-filled and enjoyable time." - John Paul, age 14
Eucharistic Adoration, Confession, praise and worship planned and facilitated
- and for - the young and not-so-young alike.
First Friday of each month, September thru May, 7-9 p.m. Information
No need to register, free of charge.
All ages are welcome!
Cathedral of the Sacred Heart
Sign up for reminder emails at email@example.com
or like the Facebook page
What kids are saying:
"Cor Jesu is peaceful and nice. It's a chance to go to
confession and afterwards you always feel happy." - David, 14
March For Life
What: 'This is for the Pro-Life Generation. If you are reading this, you are here because your parents chose life for you when God created you. The Supreme Court legalized medically-induced abortions in the U.S. on January 22, 1973; 2018 will mark the 45th anniversary of this Court decision. Attending the March for Life is giving a voice to those who cannot speak for themselves. HOW MUCH DOES AN ABORTION COST? A LIFE.
Date(s): Tentative date for the March at the Minnesota state capitol is January 21, 2018 (watch for confirmation and travel information in the bulletin in the fall). Start planning now to attend the 45th anniversary March for Life in Washington D.C. on Friday, January 19, 2018.
Where: MN State Capitol
What Kids Are Saying: “The March for Life is inspirational, and very eye-opening. People came together from all over Minnesota to raise awareness and show their support for the unborn and moms who are struggling with an unplanned pregnancy. I wish all kids my age and older could have this powerful experience.” - Carolyn, age 12
What: YDisciple is an apprenticeship for Christian life. It provides a format for high schoolers to come together as a small group with adult mentors every other week. YDisciple offers training and well-crafted leader guides to support the mentors. Through discussion, streaming video and other tools, youth learn more about and grow in their Catholic Faith. There are separate groups for boys and girls; groups meet in a host family’s home with two group leaders (not the hosts).
Date(s): TMeeting days and times are determined by each group’s leadership. They are set according to that group’s availability.
Registration/Deadline: No cost. Contact the office to find out when the next group starts.
Ages: 9th-12th grade
Where: Host homes
As new small groups form, we are in need of host families to open their home to a group and provide refreshment, and leaders who are willing to facilitate. Please contact the parish office if you are able to serve this ministry in either role.