Youth Ministry

Ever wonder what Youth Ministry really is? 

Is there more to it than just eating pizza and playing dodgeball? (hint: yes)

Do you desire for your parish to be welcoming to youth? (hint: it can be!)

The Office of Youth Ministry is now offering Youth Ministry workshops! Call and book yours today!


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EWTN’s Cool 2B Catholic Contest

Last updated on December 1, 2015

Attention Catholic high school, college or film school students!!  Enter your commercial in EWTN’s Cool 2B Catholic Contest –  See attached poster to get details about entering EWTN’s Cool 2B Catholic contest or go to for details.   To download poster click here

A Pledge to Vote challenge between Campion and Luther University of Regina Federated Colleges appears to have been a success. 

The challenge between the two faith based colleges was issued September 29 by the two College Presidents, Dr. John Meehan S.J. of Campion and Dr. Bryan Hillis of Luther. The winner would receive a pizza party paid for by the loser. 

The voting was close with Campion counting 83 students who voted and Luther 81. The numbers claiming University of Regina affiliation was 107 for a combined total of 270.However, when the student population in each college was takeninto consideration Luther had 16.9 % of its student body cast a vote and Campion had 13% so Luther was declared the winner. A pizza party was held in the Luther student lounge October 20 but in the spirit of co-operation, Hillis said Luther would split the cost of the pizza with Campion. The challenge included a stipulation that the losing college president would be required to wear the...

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Students at both Campion College and Luther College rallied behind their College presidents in the Pledge to Vote challenge, which was first announced at the end of September. A total of 270 students on the university campus made a pledge to vote in the 2015 federal election on October 19. Of those, 83 indicated an affiliation with Campion College, and 81 indicated and affiliation with Luther College. The overall results were tabulated based on the proportion of students at each College, giving Luther College the lead in the challenge at 16.9% of its student population, with Campion following at 13.0% of its student population pledging to vote.


“The numbers were very close throughout the challenge. We congratulate Luther College on their strong performance in the last week, but are even more encouraged by the overall student engagement in the pre-election activities on campus. The purpose was to encourage participation and I feel that the Pledge to Vote challenge...

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It is almost time for the 2015-2016 school year to begin. Do you have your child registered for the upcoming school year? The Regina Catholic School Division is inviting walk-in registrations for new high school students on Thursday, August 27 (1:00 p.m.-4 p.m.) and Monday August 31 (8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.). Staff will be available to assist prospective students with course selections. For students entering Prekindergarten, Kindergarten, or grades 1-8, walk-in registration for elementary schools take places on Thursday, August 27 and Monday August 31 (1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. on both days).  For more information on our schools, including where to find the nearest Catholic school, go to<> and click on the "Schools" tab. The Regina Catholic School Division has been providing quality Catholic education in our community for 116 years and we look forward to welcoming your child to our learning environment and faith community.

Esterhazy Deanery Celebrates Family Day

Last updated on June 25, 2015

What began as a simple idea by Very Rev. Valentine Amobi, Esterhazy Dean, blossomed into an event attended by over 250 parishioners from the Esterhazy Deanery.  An Annual Appeal grant was applied for and received to assist with the costs of the event. 

On a Sunday day at Camp O’Neill, the afternoon started with an invigorating mass concelebrated by Rev. Valentine and Rev. Rene Mangahas.  The Grayson choir filled the hall with music that left you wanting more.  Rev. Rene’s homily had the congregation stomping in the pews and responding with spontaneous “Amens”.  Young and old alike filed out of the hall with smiles on their faces and music in their souls. 

More music awaited the crowd in the picnic area.  Rev. Joseph Kuruvilla, Rev. Thomas Mutavanattu, and Father Bruno Moduthagam Remigius joined the crowd for an afternoon of games, tours of Camp O’Neill, snacks and entertainment.  The day concluded with a family picnic catered by Esterhazy Catering.  No one was...

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Moving in Faith Event - RCSD

Last updated on June 1, 2015

On Sunday, May 24th, the Regina Catholic School Division celebrated faith, fun, and fitness and the 6th-annual Moving in Faith event. Over 650 participants showed up and took part in a 2km or 5km walk/run/wheel around the track at Canada Games Athletic Complex in Douglas Park. Moving in Faith 2015 raised over $1,700 for Archdiocese of Regina youth ministries such as summer camps and youth leadership camps.


Thank you to all the staff, volunteers, sponsors, and participants who made Moving in Faith 2015 such a huge success!

Camp Monahan Newsletter

Last updated on May 27, 2015
The latest edition of the
Camp Monahan Minstrel is available now.


Click here: Camp Monahan Minstrel - Spring 2015 

Countdown to camp is on! Everyone has been working so hard on-site to get ready for the camping season. Several outdoor education groups have already been on excursions enjoying the beyond beautiful weather, the valley and of course camp! 
Thanks to everyone who makes "Camp" happen! Volunteers, donors, staff and especially the camper families - we can't wait to see the smiling faces of the campers once again...

"One touch of nature makes the whole world kin" - William Shakespeare

On The Road Again

Last updated on May 27, 2015

Open any newspaper today and you’re likely to see at least a couple stories about local teens getting into some kind of trouble—accidents caused by joy-riding, arson fires, stolen vehicles …  It can make you think that’s all that’s happening with today’s youth.  So what a breath of fresh air it is to hear about other young people today who are making a huge difference not only in their own lives and the lives of their neighbors, but also in the lives of people half way around the world.  Last August, fifty youth and young adults from the Archdiocese of Regina Leadership Teams travelled to the Phillipines on a mission trip to build homes.  While there, they visited a couple of local orphanages and came away touched and wanting to help.  So this year, they, along with other members of the Leadership Teams, decided to send a large portion of the funds raised from their annual Variety Night back to these orphanages, with the rest going to a local soup kitchen. 

And what a...

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Youth Liturgy Graduation Mass

Last updated on May 19, 2015

The Youth Liturgy Program in Regina Catholic schools is 12-years old and has grown to the point that it has had to limit the number of students who take part. “This year we had 50 Grade six students from 10 schools,” said Miles Meyers Religious Education Coordinator for the Regina Roman Catholic School Division. “We had to limit the numbers because the class was getting too big.”

The Graduation Mass held May 14, at Holy Trinity Church was celebrated by Reverend Ron Andree with members of the graduating class providing the music and scriptural readings. Andree, with Meyers and Judy Zolc, Regina Archdiocesan Lay Ministry Program Coordinator share teaching responsibilities for the program. “There are five sessions during the year where we take them out of regular classes for this program,” said Meyers. Most are half day sessions but students spend a full day for their final class which includes the graduation mass.

The Youth Liturgy Program teaches students about the...

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Saskatchewan Youth Visual Art Project

Last updated on April 14, 2015

An unframed painting titled Love Knows No Color by Saskatoon Nutana Collegiate Grade 12 student Joyce Kandakai took first prize in the fourth annual Provincial Youth Visual Art Project. The work is an acrylic on canvas that shows two young people, one black, the other white sharing, an ice cream cone. Kandakai took home a $125 cheque, plus a certificate, plaque and medallion. The presentations took place April 11 at the MacKenzie Art Gallery where 14 of the art works were exhibited. They will be displayed at the North American Interfaith Network (NAIN) conference scheduled for July 11-22 at Luther College, University of Regina and are available as an exhibition to any high school that requests it. Multi-Faith Saskatchewan will exhibit the works at all its functions this year.

Janel Broqueza, a Grade 11 student from Melfort took 2nd prize and a cheque for $100, Grade 10 student Brooklyn Beavnet from Saskatoon’s Centennial High school took 3rd and a $75 cheque and Benson...

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