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Catholic Youth Ministry (CYM)

High School Youth Group


It is our mission to equip young people with the tools needed in order to develop a deeper relationship with Christ, utilizing the sacraments and a strong prayer life, while at the same time forming lifelong friendships with teens that share similar goals and values. 

Our High School youth group (CYM) meets every Sunday from 6pm-7:30pm in McManus Hall for faith discussions, fellowship, fun, and food!

Look for more information in the weekend bulletin, or on our Facebook page: St. Theresa High School Youth Group

Our teens are an extraordinary group of young adults. They volunteer and serve at Mass once a month. They also volunteer and offer their services to other organizations inside our parish community including Vacation Bible School, Evangelization Team, Columbettes, St. Vincent de Paul and the nursery to name just a few. Outside the parish, for the last several years we have volunteered at the “Sweatin for a Reason 5k” to help setup/clean-up and at water stations for the race that raises money to help MUSC’s Cares Clinic.

 


Thank you to everyone who attended our 2017 Advent Retreat! We had a great weekend learning how to prepare our hearts for the coming of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. We look forward to growing in faith and fellowship with you all throughout our Advent and Christmas seasons. 

 

Remember: "Life is Advent; life is recognizing the coming of the Lord." -Henri Nouwen
 









 
     

             
 

“The liturgy of Advent…helps us to understand the fullness of the value and meaning of the mystery of Christmas. It is not just about commemorating the historical event, which occurred some 2,000 years ago in a little village of Judea. Instead, we must understand that our whole life should be an ‘advent,’ in vigilant expectation of Christ’s final coming. To prepare our hearts to welcome the Lord who, as we say in the Creed, will come one day to judge the living and the dead, we must learn to recognize his presence in the events of daily life. Advent is then a period of intense training that directs us decisively to the One who has already come, who will come and who continuously comes.” –Pope St. John Paul II

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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