St Pius X Youth E-Date
May 30, 2019 Feast of the Ascension
Table of Contents
- NEW This Sunday's Gospel June 2nd
- Youth Nites over till Fall
- Registration now open for FF/YM 2019-2020
- Evaluation Survey - win a Amazon Gift Card!
- Summer Survey too!
- NCYC Pilgrim Meeting this Sunday
- NCYC Chicken BBQ - June 20
- Catholic Teen Summer Kickball
- Global Citizenship Immersion
Sunday Youth Nite has ended for this year. Sorry about the mistake in the Parish Bulletin!
How Did You Like YOUR Youth Nites?
Click on this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3D5TPR3
What do you do all summer? Make it a Summer of Fun & Service!
Summer Already? Formal catechetical sessions end in May but Youth Ministry operates year round. In the summer we try to offer options that teens can choose and plans for fun outings and enriching service projects are forming now. We would love to have your input. Please visit the survey link below and help us plan things that would appeal to your teens. Feel free to make new suggestions too!
HERE'S THE LINK: surveymonkey.com/r/QYWGKLW
NCYC Pilgrims Meet this Sunday!
Please Join Us for the NCYC Chicken BBQ! - June 20th here at St Pius Parking Lot!
Summer Kickball Games
Wednesday, July 10th, 6pm to Wednesday, Aug. 14th, 6pm
Catholic Churches all over Monroe County
MONROE COUNTY CATHOLIC YOUTH KICKBALL
JR. & SR. HIGH SUMMER 2019
¨ Emphasis is on fun and fellowship
¨ Games begin on Wednesday, July 10th & run for 6 wks
¨ League is for youth entering 6th - current 12th grade
¨ Our SPX team will play other teens from Parishes in Monroe County
¨ Sign up now by emailing email@example.com
RSVPs are enabled for this event.
Global Citizenship Immersion: Building Skills and Knowledge for a Diverse World
Monday, Aug. 5th, 1pm to Friday, Aug. 9th, 8pm
4245 East Avenue
lobal Citizenship Immersion: Building Skills and Knowledge for a Diverse World
Please join me for this awesome opportunity!
Each year, the Brian and Jean Hickey Center for Interfaith Studies and Dialogue invites high school students to a week-long summer workshop at Nazareth College to explore world religions and interfaith dialogue.
Concentrating on a youth interfaith encounter approach, the program includes seminars, interactive workshop sessions, group discussions, site visits to local places of worship, and community service.
When: August 5-9, 2019
Where: Golisano Academic Center at Nazareth College, Room --331-
These seminars include lectures by experts from Nazareth College faculty and community leaders on different aspects of a variety of world religions, including Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism. Students expand the depth of their understanding of these religious traditions, learn from an insider’s perspective, and have the opportunity to directly engage our speakers and ask the questions that most intrigue them.
Workshop sessions address skill-building needs and instruct students in the proper language and methods of dialogue. Community interfaith leaders provide models for respectful engagement of those outside one’s own tradition, and the ways in which such contact can enrich communities and foster greater peace and cooperation. Guiding principles for interfaith dialogue are shared, as well as for conflict transformation and resolution. After this instruction, students in groups formed with an eye toward diversity experience interfaith dialogue firsthand, thoughtfully reflecting upon and discussing their own experiences of faith, intolerance, and acceptance in today’s pluralistic world.
Visits to local centers of worship allow students to see these religious traditions as they are lived. A member of that tradition guides the group through an exploration of the site, providing explanations for the building structure, the symbols used, and the way in which religious services are conducted. In this way, learning goes beyond the classroom, providing the unique opportunity of an inside look at the sacred spaces of these religions.
Carrying forward the themes of interfaith cooperation in the community, participants spend one afternoon of the program in a group community service activity. Previously, students have visited Mary’s Place Outreach, a refugee outreach center in Rochester, New York. Students worked in the gardens, helped prepare and serve a community meal, and organized play activities and games for the refugee children. This is a hands-on experience of people working together with those in need across faith boundaries to better our shared world.
Registration Fee: $109, which includes light suppers and visits to cultural and spiritual sites
How to Register:
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 585-389-2963
- Send a check with your full name, email address, mailing address, and phone number to:
Nazareth College, Hickey Center for Interfaith Studies and Dialogue
4245 East Ave
Rochester, NY 14618
RSVPs are enabled for this event.