Ongoing and Upcoming Events – Fall 2019
* NEW * YOUTH GROUP & BIBLE STUDY
Who: 9th-12th grade • When: Wednesdays, 7-9:30 PM • Where: SLTK
All high schoolers are welcome to join us for our weekly Bible Study. There will be food, fellowship, & recreation. Take a break from the usual and be a part of our Scripture Study and Social Outings!
LUNCH WITH THE SAINTS
Who: 9-12 grade • When: 4th Sunday of month, 12:15-2:00 PM • Where: Parish Hall
Join us for our monthly lunch for all high school teens and those seeking confirmation. There will be food, fellowship, and a dynamic way to end your month in Christ.
*After lunch may include: hikes, community service, study sessions, field trips, random acts of kindness, family friendly outings, and more
* NEW * SMALL GROUP DISCIPLESHIP
Who: 9-12 grade • When: TBA • Where: TBA
High school teens are invited and welcomed into a small group amidst the week’s activities, mentored by one of our volunteers and hosted by one of our host families. Inquiries are welcome for teens who wish to join a small group.
Sunday, September 15th – 10:30 AM at SLTK Library (Introduction & Packets Received)
Sunday, September 22nd – 11 AM at SLTK (Call for Inquirers Ritual)
Sunday, December 1st – 11 AM at SLTK (Rite for Admission into Formation Ritual)
Sunday, March 1st – 11 AM at SLTK (Call to Reflection & Conversion Ritual)
+ (Deadline for Letter/Application/Sponsor/Saint)
+ Confirmation Retreat -TBA (for those in need of a Confirmation Retreat)
*Sunday, April 26th, 3:30 PM, at St. Peter Cathedral (Confirmation Mass)
***In addition to meeting on the above dates, each Confirmand seeking the Sacrament should schedule an interview with me before March 1st of 2020. I am available to meet at our weekly Youth Group and Bible Study on Wednesday Evenings from 7-9:30 PM or after the 11:15 Mass on Sundays.
ACADEMY & SCHOOL MINISTRY
The Director of Youth Ministry will guest teach theology in our elementary and middle school classes at FMCA. He is available as a parish resource to the teachers, staff and students and is able to assist on the playgrounds, off-site fieldtrips, and retreats with both the elementary & middle school youth where needed.
Once or twice a week, during lunch, he will visit the local public high schools and family homes where our parish youth attend school. In addition, he will be at or coach the after school sports and extra curricular activaties the youth are involved in.
For further information, or to SIGN-UP please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org – 920.615.1492
FORMS, CALENDARS, & RESOURCES:
Dustin’s in office hours
Tue 3-8 • Wed 9:30-1 ; • Th 9:30-11; 3-5 • Fri by appointment • Sun 10-2
For more information, to sign-up or register, please contact Dustin at email@example.com – 906.249.1438
More about Dustin and his family…
Dustin Katona and Lanni Lantto, both born and raised in Marquette County, have been called to help form intentional communities of prayer, hospitality and active stewardship for God’s creation. With over a decade of experience serving as a parish youth minister, Dustin has led mission trips, wilderness ventures, spiritual directed retreats, and given numerous talks on being Disciples of Christ. Dustin is also an independent filmmaker and public speaker under the alias “B. Watchman” and holds a B.A. in Religious Studies, and M.A. in Divinity / Catholic Studies. Lanni, has traveled the world empowering women through the arts. She has spoken publicly on the importance of non-consumption and how to creatively re-use what we already own. Lanni earned a B.A. in Women’s Studies, holds a LLM in International Law, and taught Women’s Studies at Ithaca and Wells College respectfully. The family comes to us from the Adirondack Mountains of New York where they directed a retreat house and began to raise their son.