“Do not say, ‘I am too young.’ To whomever I send you, you shall go; whatever I command you, you shall speak. Do not be afraid of them, for I am with you to deliver you”

– Jeremiah 1:7-8

LIFE NIGHTS

These catechetical and social evenings are hosted on Sunday nights during the school year. Every night we cover a certain topic or issue relevant to the development of the teen’s Catholic faith. Every night begins with mass at 5:30pm followed by a meal at 6:30. The night will begin at 7:00. Life Nights are open to any 9th-12th grader.
No preregistration is required, just show up!

 ONE:

A Life Night Series on Human Dignity

An authentic pro-life lifestyle goes beyond the babies and requires the faithful to make one consistent choice to recognize the inherent dignity of all people, and treat all people, no matter the circumstance, as people. This Life Night series unpacks what the Catholic Church means when she says she is pro-life; specifically discussing inherent human dignity, euthanasia, the death penalty, abortion, immigration, refugees, and the poor.
 
 

 THE FAKE NEWS:

A Life Night Series on the Real Jesus

This Life Night series explores the Good News of Jesus, not Fake News. It looks at who Jesus really is – the God who became man, died for our Redemption, and rose from the dead. It dispels myths that Jesus is just a good guy, who teaches us how to be good, is tolerant of our life choices, and chooses the path of least resistance. His Passion and Death is certainly not a path of least resistance and we are called to follow in His footsteps.
 

 UNSETTLED:

A Life Night Series on Vocation

We often think a vocation is something we settle into, “When are you going to settle down and get married?” A vocation is not something we settle into, but embarking on life’s greatest adventure – the journey of becoming holy, becoming a saint. This series explores the universal call to holiness and the Church’s permanent vocations, matrimony, religious life, and the priesthood, through the stories of the lives of saints. The saints never settled, but were always climbing to live radically for the Lord.

Learn more about each of our three series by clicking below

 
 

SPRING 2018 SEMESTER SCHEDULE

Jan. 7th-One Choice: The Dignity of the Human Person
Jan. 14th-One Heart: Abortion, Euthanasia and the Death Penalty
Jan. 21st-One Home: The Immigration and Refugee Crisis
Jan. 28th-One Moment: The Preferential Option for the Poor
Feb. 11th-Surfer Jesus: Jesus Reveals Himself as God
Feb. 18th-Pics or It Didn’t Happen: Jesus’ Miracles Prove He is God
Feb. 25th-Jesus is a Friend of Mine: The Hard Sayings of Jesus
Mar. 4th-Like, Follow, Share: Following Jesus
Mar. 18th-Abundant Sacrifice: St. John Paul II and Priesthood
Mar. 25th-Grateful Beggar: St. Francis and Religious Life
Apr. 8th-Laser Tag & PBJ
Apr. 15th-Unexpected Gift: St. Gianna and Marriage
Apr. 22nd-Red Soldier: St. Jose Sanchez and the Universal Call to Holiness
Apr. 29th-Senior Send-Off