For our Youth Ministry Page please visit the Our Lady of Good Hope and St. Henry Youth Ministry Website.
Here you will be able to find the schedule of events for our Junior High and High School Youth Ministry programs, news updates, registration and permission forms and more!
Church Pop! is a website for Christian culture that’s fun, informative, and inspirational.
Busted Halo is a dynamic website that provides articles, videos, reflections, and much more on any topic imaginable! Geared especially towards teens and young adults, you can find answers to most of your faith questions here!
3-Minute Retreats – Loyola Press
3-Minute Retreats invite you to take a short prayer break right at your computer. Spend some quiet time reflecting on a Scripture passage. Knowing that not everyone prays at the same pace, you have control over the pace of the retreat.
What It Means to be a Peacemaker – Loyola Press
This short article looks at the gospel challenge to promote peace in our everyday lives.
Purefashion.com – An organization that offers modesty fashion shows, where teenage runway models witness to the beauty of modesty.
Chastity.com – An online resource for encouraging and promoting chastity to teens.
Abstinence.net – National Abstinence Clearinghouse, an organization that promotes chastity within schools and communities.
Internet and Media Safety:
Decentfilms.com – offers movie reviews and wholesome recommendations.
Parental Controls for Smartphones and the Internet– resource for using parental controls on phone, the internet, and how to educate children on the risks of technology.
Parentstv.org – Educates parents about television content, aims to improve the quality of prime-time television, and promotes family values.
Pluggedin.com – an online resource from Focus on the Family.
online.maryville.edu -What Is Cyberbullying? An Overview for Students, Parents, and Teachers
https://teach.com/online-ed/counseling-degrees/online-masters-school-counseling/bullying-resources/ – Bullying resources for Educators and Parents. Includes articles on bullying prevention and warning signs, helping kids deal with bullying and more.
Catholicmoms.com – resources for mothers.
Dads.org – website of St. Joseph’s Covenant Keepers, a Catholic apostolate that serves and inspires dads.
The Family and Respect Life Office has started a new webpage titled “AOC Newlyweds”. Marriage today is much more than a full-time job. It can carry our souls to the greatest of heights but also challenge us to our depths. This website is designed specifically with Catholic newlyweds in mind. With sections on everything from intimacy to prayer and conflict resolution, this website combines the most engaging and entertaining online resources with very highest quality research and events to boost your marriage every day. Enjoy the adventure here!
Join other college-age and post-graduate young adults from around the country for three days of inspiring keynotes, engaging workshops, dynamic prayer and worship, exceptional music and entertainment, networking with peers, and hundreds of resource exhibits.
America is a Catholic media ministry that interprets the Church for the world and the world for the Church. It is a forum for discussion of religion, society, politics, and culture from a Catholic perspective. The Ignatian traditions of “finding God in all things” and the promotion of justice shape our commentary. Founded in 1909 by the Jesuit order and directed today by Jesuits and lay colleagues, America is a resource for spiritual renewal and social analysis guided by the spirit of charity.
CRS provides fantastic resources and information on social justice issues around the globe and ways that YOU can participate in addressing these injustices!
This ministry page is also full of prayers, audio, visual, and text reflections, online retreats, and much more!
How to Pray: BustedHalo’s Guide to Prayer
offers 3 and 5 week online classes on all sorts of faith topics from morality, church history, prayer, and scripture! Provided by the Institute for Pastoral Initiatives at the University of Dayton