Youth Ministry

Join us February 24-26 for SEARCH!!

For more information, check out the poster or visit www.archsearchsk.com


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!

Click here to download the poster.


Hightlights fromt the MyGen Youth Rally

MyGen 2016 Keynote 1 - Colm Leyne

MyGen 2016 Keynote 2 - Colm Leyne

MyGen 2016 Special Guests | Friends on the Outside

What's New

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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Board and Room available for Young Women attending the University of Regina: The Sisters of the Presentation of Mary have a house on Pells Drive, a quick fifteen or twenty minute walk to the University of Regina.  We welcome young women who are looking for room and board.  Residents have enjoyed our meals, our company, our support and a place that responds to their need for quiet and study. For more information please contact: Sister Emma Rousseau, 5 Pells Drive

Regina, Sk  S4S 4S8, Phone: (306) 584-3652 , E-mail: erousseau03 [at] gmail.com

Looking for Book Donations

Last updated on April 23, 2015

A recent study showed that children from poorer comminutes retained their reading level if they could self-select  books to read over the summer.  If you are able to donate some good quality primary books to distribute to our children we would greatly appreciate it.  Contact Michelle Fiske at Sacred Heart School, 306-791-1707.

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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Kenosee Boys & Girls Camp

Last updated on April 11, 2015

Kenosee Boys and Girls Camp, located in the beautiful Moose Mountain Provincial Park in SE Saskatchewan, is now accepting 2015 camp registrations for Boys and Girls aged 6 – 14 at time of registration. These camps happen during the month of July. Registration forms with the camp dates should be available at the parish office and online. For more information call Edrina Sinclair at (306) 577-4624 or visit us online at www.CampKenosee.net. Online registration and payment available.

The High Schools for Hope Campaign expects to raise about $40,000.00 before the end of the school year, according to Pat Roth, Chaplain at Michael A. Riffel Catholic High School. Roth spoke with the PM prior to the fund raising band concert held at the school March 26. “We expect raise about $3,000.00 tonight. We have more silent auction donations than ever before and we’ve had much more publicity about the event so expect more people.”

Students from Regina’s four Catholic high schools approached their chaplains asking what they could do to help the children of Haiti after the 2010 earthquake that devastated the country. High Schools for Hope was formed and has since been joined by several Catholic elementary schools. The schools contacted Chalice, a Catholic charity based in Nova Scotia, and through them 20 Haitian children were adopted. The schools were told they needed $10,000.00 to support the 20 children. The first year of the campaign $30,000.00 was collected which...

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Called To Make A Mess

Last updated on March 26, 2015

They came to make a mess! The right kind of mess…. They came to clean up those messes in their lives which are destructive. They came to pray for those messes which are beyond our control. The My Generation Youth Rally held in Regina this past weekend had young people from all around the diocese in attendance. 150 young people in grades 8-12, along with 75 young adult volunteers, the support, hospitality and sponsorship of the Regina Catholic School Division, a number of enthusiastic Knights of Columbus Councils serving behind the scenes and some dedicated CWL ladies who prayed tirelessly over the course of the weekend all gathered to celebrate the calling of the young church.       

Inspired by Pope Francis’s charge to  the young people at World Youth Day in Rio, to go home “and make a mess in the dioceses”, participants were called to look at those places in our churches, homes and schools, that the “status quo” needs to be challenged.        

They came...

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MyGen "Making a Mess"

Last updated on March 26, 2015

The My Generation  Archdiocesan 2015 Youth rally held here March 21-22 attracted 155 Grades eight to 12 youth who spent two days listening to motivational speakers, attending liturgies, performing community services and generally just having fun. Most attendees seem to be newcomers. “I don’t think I recognized 90% of the kids this year,” said Archdiocesan Youth Coordinator Michelle Braden.

The Rally Band, put together specifically for the rally, kept the energy going between sessions with upbeat music that encouraged participation.

The theme this year, Make a Mess, came from Pope Francis’ challenge to youth attending 2014World Youth Day in Brazil. Attendees to the MyGen Rally were greeted with a life size cutout of Pope Francis when they entered O’Neil High School where most of the activities took place. Speakers emphasized the theme and it was carried over into some of the community service projects that are a feature of the annual gathering. This year groups went to...

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On The Road Again: Variety Night 2015

Last updated on March 12, 2015

The Archdiocese of Regina Youth and Young Adult Leadership Teams present

“ON THE ROAD AGAIN”

A MUSICAL CROSS COUNTRY ROAD TRIP

Las Vegas◆New York◆Disneyland◆New Orleans◆Nashville◆

May 22, 23, 24, 25 2015

Doors open at 6:00 Show starts at 7:00

Resurrection R.C. Parish Hall - 3155 Windsor Park Rd

Tickets $20 each

Choice of dessert or snack and beverage to be served before the show or during intermission

Cash bar AVAILABLE

Dance to follow Saturday night

performance with live music!

Tickets available at Resurrection Parish office

 or call (306)540-6321 or varietynight [at] hotmail.com

Proceeds to go towards two...

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My Generation Youth Rally: Called to Make A Mess

Last updated on January 28, 2015

The My Generation Youth Rally invites all students in grades 8-12 to come spend a high energy, fun-filled, purpose-filled weekend exploring how God is calling you to make a difference in the world. Come “make a mess” with us! (A GOOD kind of mess). Rally will be held March 21-22, 2015 at Archbishop M.C. O’Neill High School in Regina. Cost $50 person/$100/family. (Sponsorship available if needed). To resister or get more info visit www.mygenrally.ca or call Michelle at 306 352-1651 ext. 223

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