Youth and Young Adult
A new reproductive health study was emailed to Western Kentucky University students requesting students at least 18-years-old and female assigned at birth to complete a short survey concerning knowledge on reproductive health.
On March 3, 2022 the Catholic Schools Office of the Diocese of Owensboro announced to all principals the 2021-2022 winners of the Thanks be to God Contest, which was open to all kindergarten through 12th grade students in the diocese’s Catholic schools during the current school year.
St. Mary High School students, Kate Lurtz and Ashley Sullivan have been selected to attend the Commonwealth Honors Academy.
Our fourth experience of the Lazarus Retreat was held at Gasper River Catholic Youth Camp and Retreat Center on Feb. 18-20, 2022.
On March 13, 2022, during the closing Mass for YOUTH 2000, Bishop William F. Medley instituted seminarian Conrad Jaconette into the Ministry of Lector.
The seniors of St. Mary High School in Paducah recently blessed their community with random acts of kindness that have inspired them to continue spreading thoughtfulness to those they encounter.
On March 5, 2022, 10 young ladies from St. Joseph Parish in Bowling Green experienced a half day of reflection, study and preparation for the their upcoming 15th birthday celebrations in the coming months.
“We all have problems… but I know a guy,” said Leah Darrow, gesturing to the Eucharist in the monstrance during the Saturday morning session of YOUTH 2000 on March 12, 2022.
This March, the annual Eucharist-centered youth retreat, YOUTH 2000, will celebrate its 25th anniversary, and welcome two special keynote speakers.
On Saturday night, in the middle of Eucharistic Adoration during SEEK22, the conference organizers announced that priests were available for confession – and Corey Kibbel observed that “about 200 students stood up” to get in line.