For roughly 700 teenagers from across central New Jersey, the annual Diocesan Youth Conference was a chance to rekindle their courage, generosity and authentic love while learning what it means to “rise up” as a child of a merciful God.
Diocesan youth celebration a time of sharing talent, faith and fellowship The brightly lit cafeteria of St. Aloysius School was lively April 14 as high school students from across the Diocese of Trenton gathered to take part in “Trenton’s Got Talent – Acts of the Apostles,” this year’s Diocesan Youth Celebration.
Each year, in recognition of outstanding service in youth ministry, the diocesan Department of Youth, Marriage and Family Life honors high-school aged youth who follow in the footsteps of St. Timothy...
Paul J. Kim, internationally known youth speaker, vocalist and beatboxer shared his special gifts with 300 participants from around the diocese at the Diocesan Youth Celebration in St. Aloysius Parish, Jackson, April 14.
Diocese welcomes new youth ministry coordinator The newly appointed diocesan coordinator of youth ministry has one main priority in mind: to find ways “to help young people to grow in their personal relationship with Christ.” More ... Thursday, April 18, 2013
Some 300 young people of the Diocese of Trenton showed that they are filled with talent and are willing to share it for their Catholic faith during the annual Diocesan Youth Celebration held April 14 in St. Aloysius Parish, Jackson.