We are very excited about the good work that God has been stirring up among our young adult community in areas around the diocese. This page intends to connect young adults to one another and to various opportunities as they become available.
Check back often and be sure to sign up below to receive updates from the Office of Discipleship & Evangelization!
Current and Upcoming Opportunities
The Cathedral of St. Joseph’s young adult community seeks to provide fellowship and opportunities for continued formation for all young adults in their 20s and 30s.
Formation is held Monday evenings at 6:30pm and consists of a video (Bishop Barron, Formed, etc.) followed by small group discussion and optional time in the chapel. We typically have 15-25 participants each week, depending on work/seasonal schedules.
Social events are held monthly. In the past we’ve had game nights, potluck dinners followed by Eucharistic Adoration, bonfires, and gone to Levitt concerts. All details for formation and social events can be received through our young adult newsletter sent out every few weeks.
To sign up for the newsletter or if you have any questions please contact Abigail Carter. Her contact information can be found below.
tel: 605-336-7390 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mount Marty University Benedictine Leadership Institute is hosting their 4th Annual Aquinas Lecture at the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Sioux Falls on March 21st. Details below:
When: March 21st at 7pm
Where: Cathedral of St. Joseph Parish Hall, Sioux Falls, SD
Speaker: George Weigel – Distinguished Senior Fellow on the Ethics and Public Policy Center
St. George Parish in Hartford is starting a spinoff of Theology on Tap called Pius Pints. Join us for a talk, fellowship and a drink.
When: April 4th
6:30pm – Social
7:00pm – Speaker
7:30pm – Q/A and Social
Where: Buffalo Ridge Brewery (102 N Main Ave. Hartford, SD)
Speaker: Zach Krueger – former Focus missionary who grew up in Sioux Falls. Him and his wife Megan have 5 children. He is currently the DRE at St Lambert’s Parish in Sioux Falls. He was previously the DRE at St. George and was an integral part of their discipleship program.
Topic: Why did Jesus have to die?
The Immaculata House is hosting a dinner for young women with the School Sisters of Christ the King on March 16th.
New Date: TDB
Location: Immaculata House – 1801 S Lake Ave
For more information or if you have questions please reach out to: email@example.com
Other Young Adult Opportunities
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