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Cathedral Young Adults
The Cathedral Young Adults’ mission is to foster a Catholic community of young adults by drawing members into a deeper relationship with Christ and His church though living the pillars of Fides, Communio and Missio.
The Pillars of the Cathedral Young Adults:
Fides – Faith is our center; it gives life to our fellowship and growth together. We come to a deeper understanding of our Catholic faith through lectures, faithful celebration of the sacraments, and reverent communal prayer.
Communio – Communion (fellowship) is our way of living life as a people of God. We build Christian friendships through social gatherings and small group faith sharing. We strive to build a network of mutual support as we navigate life’s journey together.
Missio – Mission is our outreach to the world. We evangelize in order to make the name of Jesus known and loved. We heed Christ’s call to share the good news and reach out to others through our service.
Please see the calendar for details.
History and the Faith - What does the Church have to say about history, and what does history tell us about the Church? The series runs Wednesdays 7-9 PM at Hayden Hall (Cathedral of St. Paul Basement)
The 6 part series runs from April 10th - May 22nd.
April 10th: Fr. George Welzbacher - Early Theological Controversies
April 17th: TBD - TBD
April 24th: Fr. George Welzbacher - The Papacy
May 1st: Fr. Theodore Campbell - Christian Spirituality
May 8th: TBD - TBD
May 15th: Ann Brodeur - What was so Medieval about the Middle Ages?
May 22nd: Fr. Michael Keating - Heresy: It's Not Just a Religious Thing
We are currently accepting nominations for the core team. A brief description of the various positions can be found here. E-mail nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org (you can nominate yourself).
Our sports night is currenty located inside at St. Agnes school gym in St. Paul. We begin the night at 6PM with volleyball and continue with dodge ball. We'll also have board / card games available and some tables in the hall for those not interested in playing dodge ball. On Friday, May 3rd we will be moving to Rahn Athletic Fields in Eagan.
Come down to Hayden Hall on the 3rd Sunday of each month after 10am Mass to help CYA serve coffee and donuts to the parishioners. It’s an easy but great way to share in fellowship and serve the community. Just come downstairs right before the last song starts or immediately after Mass is finished.
Read our newsletter for more details.
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