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High school seniors, Magnus Lewis, son of Matthew and Rachel Lewis, and Olivia Stawovy, daughter of John and Monica Stawovy, were presented the Parish Youth Ministry Honor in July, 2018, at the Parish Youth Ministry Honors Mass at Blessed Sacrament Cathedral.  Both of these honorees are dedicated in Youth Ministry in the Parish, which included many volunteer service hours, as well as faithful Mass attendance. Magnus is also dedicated in the ministry of altar server and Olivia, the ministry of lector.

Unable to attend this presentation, but also awarded the Parish Youth Ministry Honor are Allegra Ochs, daughter of Aaron and Kristy Ochs, and Jacob Rathway, son of John and Becky Rathway. Likewise, both are dedicated in Youth Ministry in the Parish, which included many volunteer service hours, as well as faithful Mass attendance. Allegra is also devoted in the ministry of cantor and Jacob, as well as the other three honorees, has witnessed to the faith by demonstrating Gospel values through service to others and exhibiting Christian leadership.

 Youth Ministry

‚Äč"What is needed today is a church which knows how to respond to the expectations of young people. Jesus wants to enter into dialogue with them and through his body, which is the church, to propose the possibility of a choice which will require a commitment of their lives. As Jesus, with the disciples of Emmaus, the church must become today the traveling companion of young people." (Youth: Sent to Proclaim True Liberation. World Youth Day, Philippines, 1995.)

Our parish youth ministry incorporates all elements of total youth ministry, while having a lot of fun along the journey.

Senior High School Youth Ministry for teens in ninth through twelfth grade meets on the second Sunday of every month from 12:15 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. in our Conference Room.