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The 2019 Arise Middle School Retreat unfolds for the youth the incredible story of the salvation of all humanity. The youth will see that humanity was created in a perfect relationship with God and all of creation, but this relationship was broken by the first sin of Adam and Eve. Arise then reveals to the youth that this plan of salvation began at the Fall and was fulfilled once and for all in Jesus Christ. The youth will be inspired to go forth from this retreat as disciples of Jesus to share this great news of the salvation of all humanity.
Middle School ARISE Retreat
St. Vincent de Paul
April 13-14, 2019
CURRENT 6th-8th GRADERS
Theme: Isaiah 60:1
$50 Registration thru 4/12
$60 Registration at door
Price includes a t-shirt!
Payments can be made at EDGE (Sunday afternoons) or Impact (Sunday nights) or by visiting the SVdP online giving page. Choose HS Youth.
Who: All current 6th-8th grade teens.
What: ARISE retreat led by Ember Team teen leaders
When: April 13 at 8 AM - 14 at 4:30 PM, 2019
2019 SENIORS ONLY:
College Campus Ministry Fair
FEATURING CAMPUS MINISTRY REPRESENTATIVES FROM TEXAS UNIVERSITIES INCLUDING:
St. Vincent de Paul Parish, Austin
April 24, 2019 | 7 PM | FREE to all area Class of 2019 High School Seniors and their Families
What do incoming college freshmen need to know about growing in their relationship with God during their 4 years in college? What resources and ministries are available to help college age young people stay engaged with the Catholic faith during their college years and beyond?
Come find out the answers to these questions and many more directly from the ministers who work on our college campuses everyday! This event is free to all Class of 2019 Seniors and their families.
Plus many more!
FUN IN THE SON*
JULY 20-27, 2019
All teens and adults in 10th grade (as of fall 2019) and older are encouraged to attend this powerful week of sacrifice, worship and fun serving the marginalized communities surrounding the Basilica of Our Lady of San Juan Shrine in San Juan, Texas