The purpose of this reflection is to help youth consider who they give authority to in their lives. Who do teenagers listen to?
Meeting Plans and Ideas
This reflection will help youth understand what they need to leave behind in order to have the freedom to follow Jesus.
This reflection will help youth consider what they really desire in life and if their desires are aligned with the path of discipleship.
This reflection on the Epiphany will help youth understand that following Jesus means giving our whole selves over to him and leaving behind anything which is hindering us.
This reflection encourages youth to consider how God expresses His love to us as baptized members of His family.
The purpose of this reflection is to help youth understand the importance of recognizing God. They will consider what signs indicate that God is near.
The purpose of this reflection is to help youth understand what Mary’s fiat (“let it be done”) meant and to help them understand ways to say yes in today’s world.
This reflection helps youth consider the question which was asked of John the Baptist: “Who are you?” There are many ways we can identify ourselves. How does our faith impact our identity?
This discussion and set of reflection questions helps youth consider John the Baptist’s message that “One mightier than I is coming after me.” Some things are worth waiting for.
This reflection and discussion helps youth understand what it means to be ready for Jesus. How are we preparing?