What am I called to when I feel like I am without a call?
Holly Scheibel, coordinator of service at Sts. Peter and Paul Homeless Shelter, meets with the Office of Young Adult Ministry and shares her experience in leading service opportunities.
On January 18, 2018, young adults joined together for the annual Pro-Life Holy Hour at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis. This vigil of prayer and fellowship was an opportunity for young adults to unite with the 3,000 Generation Life pilgrims from St. Louis who attended the March for Life in Washington, DC the next day. The following talk on the ‘The Beauty of Motherhood’ was delivered by Faith Downing to the young adults assembled.
Nick Reinagel, coordinator of Catholic STL Running Club, meets with the Office of Young Adult Ministry and shares his insights on starting the local group.
We all experience stressful transitions in life, but young adults experience a significant number of them in a relatively short period of time. Mentors can play an important role by sharing their life experiences in an insightful way during these stressful moments.
As the two largest living generations, baby boomers and millennials occupy much of our current society.
It can be difficult to get the word out about young adult groups and events, and it can be frustrating when attendance is lower than anticipated.
“So you guys work with youth, right?” is an innocent and common misconception surrounding the Office of Young Adult Ministry.