Our focus is on meeting the needs of young adults in their 20’s and 30’s. We strive to connect young adults with Jesus Christ, the Church, the mission of the Church, and a peer community in which their faith is nurtured.
We hope to inspire young adults to understand, develop, and strengthen their vocations, to live them as mature Catholic Christian disciples of Jesus Christ, and to draw closer to Christ through opportunities for prayer, catechesis, the sacraments, fellowship, evangelization, and service.
We’re Here To Help
- Would you like to submit events, programs, and other information to this website?
- Do you need assistance in publicizing events at the archdiocesan level???
- Are seeking training, materials, or resources???
- Are a young adult who is interested is leading a new program?
Guidelines For Submitting Young Adult Ministry Events And Information
- Email your events to firstname.lastname@example.org to have them placed on the Young Adult Upcoming/Ongoing Events pages.
- In your email please include a brief (2-4 sentence) description of your event that includes date, time, place, cost – if any, whether registration is required, sponsoring parish/organization and who they can contact for more information.
- Sending an electronic copy of the event flier, a newsletter, or a link to the website where the event is listed is helpful.
Active Young Adult Communities In The Omaha Archdiocese
St. Robert Bellarmine – This community joins for a monthly young adult Mass and fellowship, and looks forward to forming other small groups soon. Join their Facebook group, “St. Robert Bellarmine Young Adult Group” to stay updated. Email young adult ministry coordinator email@example.com.
St. Gerald Catholic Church – Click for young adult website and calendar
St. Leo YACHT (Young Adults Coming Home Together) – Click for club website and calendar.
St. Margaret Mary – Click for young adult website and calendar.
St. Peter Young Adults – Click to email this group and find out their current events, which may include social, athletic, service events, Bible studies, or prayer meetings.
Catholic Charities Junior Board – An organization of young adults committed to promoting the compassionate works and mission of Catholic Charities. Through volunteer service, spiritual enrichment, social events and networking opportunities, the Junior Board empowers the next generation of leaders dedicated to Catholic Charities and serving those in need in our community.
More Mass Chaos – A group of Catholic young adults who go to Mass and faith-related social events together.
Students for Life of America – The only national pro-life organization dedicated to training and equipping college and high school students.
XT3 – More than a Social Network – Connecting from one World Youth Day to the next, Xt3 is the fastest growing Catholic social network. Sharing the richness of our Catholic faith with a library full of videos, podcasts, and articles. Building relationships across the world.
Broom Tree Retreat and Conference Center – Broomtree retreats are explicitly crafted to lead the retreatant into the life and heart of Jesus Christ. Ignatian based, it offers opportunities to experience the Paschal Mystery through daily conferences, prayer, silence, confession and the Eucharist.
The Anscombe Society – A proactive community that provides social support and a voice for those already committed to the values of family, marriage, and a proper understanding for the role of sex and sexuality, and promotes intellectual engagement to further discussion and understanding of this ethic.
For Your Vocation – An initiative of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, this site includes videos, resources, and service opportunities for discerning men and women, parents, educators, and vocation directors.
Ruth Institute – An organization dedicated to promoting and defending lifelong marriage between one man and one woman.