Youth – Resources for you
For Youth Activities in Cathedral, please check below.
Every Tuesdays: 6:30pm at St Francis Xavier Cathedral, 39 Wakefield Street, Adelaide, SA 5000
The term “Adoremus” is latin for “Let us adore”. This hour of prayer is before Lord Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. It is led by reflections and music in order to help young people to enter into a time of prayerful encounter with Christ.
It is a weekly youth Adoration held just after the 5:45pm evening Mass at the Cathedral. Confessions will also be heard throughout the night.
Adelaide Cathedral Young Adults Group
The groups meets every Sunday:
- for faith formation, discussions, prayers, and light snacks, every 2nd & 4th Sunday (after 6pm Mass until 8:30pm)
- to sing in the Choir for 6pm Mass, every 1st & 3rd Sundays (practice is run before the Mass)
For more information, join the Facebook group or contact them via Messager.
Vocation for Priesthood
Discernment is a process by which we are helped to come to a decision. This is important to remember and consider when it comes to making life choices.
Vocations in our Catholic tradition are: Marriage, Single Life, Religious life, Priesthood. Within these there are many calls to particular ministries, include lay ministries.
So discernment is about how you can come to a decision that includes your faith and belief systems. It is a process of distinguishing or separating what is of God from what is not of God.
Catholic Office for Youth & Young Adults in the Archdiocese of Adelaide
The Catholic Office for Youth and Young Adults (COYYA) is a ministry of the Archdiocese of Adelaide, structurally part of the Catholic Education Office, and exists to provide Catholic youth ministry for young people in the Archdiocese of Adelaide, and to support the work of those who accompany young people in parishes, schools and communities. For more information, go to their website.
Useful Links for Youth
We have created a Useful Links Page listing all the great websites and internet resourses we found around the world (thank’s to webmaster for allowing us to copy their collection of resources).