Life Teen


WEDNESDAY EVENINGS  - 6:00-8:00PM in the Leven Center


Sept. 5   Formation

6-8th Grade Ice Breaker Game/Get Acquainted / LC at 7pm for *Circle of Grace

9th Grade Welcome/Ice Breaker/Expectations / LC at 7pm for *Circle of Grace

10-11th Grade Welcome/Expectations/Video clip of Chosen, Lesson 1 / Confirmation

                         Commitment Form / LC at 7pm for *Circle of Grace

12th Grade Follow Me, Part 1, YDisciple / LC at 7pm for *Circle of Grace

*Circle of Grace by Guest speaker, Sharon Doty.

Through the Circle of Grace program, youth are taught to identify and maintain appropriate physical, emotional, spiritual and sexual boundaries; recognize when boundary violations are about to occur; and demonstrate how to take action when boundaries are threatened or violated. Along with a strong parent component, the program teaches youth that God is with them at all times, especially in difficult situations.


Sept. 12 Formation

6-8th  Grades Altaration 1-More than Meets the Eye

9th Grade 1-Why am I here? (The Big Picture)

10-11th Grades 12-Who is the Holy Spirit? (Meeting the Third Person of the Trinity)

12th Grade Follow Me, Part 2, YDisciple


Sept. 15 Service Project Saturday 1:00 - 3:00pm (Location to be announced)


Sept. 19 Fellowship Night


Sep. 26 Mass Reconciliation and Adoration


Oct. 3 Formation

6-8th Grades Altaration 2-Our Father’s Plan

9th Grade 2-What makes me happy? (Discovering God as the Source)

10-11th Grades 13-What does the Holy Spirit do for me? (Gifts for the Journey)

12th Grade  Follow Me, Part 3, YDisciple


Oct. 10 Formation

6-8th Grades Altaration 3-The Mystery Revealed

9th Grade 3-What’s your story, God? (A Look at Salvation History)

10-11th Grade 14-Why have I been Chosen?  (Sealed and Sent in Confirmation)

12th Grade Follow Me, Part 4, YDisciple


Oct. 17 No Class, Fall Break


Oct. 24 Fellowship Night (All Saints Party)


Oct. 31 No Class, Halloween


Nov. 1 Thursday, Holy day of obligation (All Saints Day), Go to Mass!


Nov. 7 Formation

6-8th Grades Altaration 4-What is Our Response?

9th Grade 4-How do I know God is real?  (Understanding Divine Revelation)

10-11th Grades 15-Why do I have to go to Mass? (Encountering Jesus in the Eucharist)

12th Grade Follow Me, Part 5, YDisciple


Nov. 14 Fellowship Night

        (Those wishing to travel on their own with their parents are excused to

        go to St John the Baptist in Edmond, Oklahoma for the 177 Project

        praise and worship adoration night if they wish!


Nov. 17 Service Project Saturday, 1:00 - 3:00pm (Location to be announced)


Nov. 21 No Class, Thanksgiving


Nov. 28 Mass, Reconciliation and Adoration


Dec. 5 Formation

6-8th Grade Altaration 5-The “Why” Behind the “Whats”

9th Grade 5-Who is Jesus? (The Person and Mission of Christ)

10-11th Grade 16-What does it mean to say, “I do”? (Marriage, a Sign of God’s Love)

12th Grade Discipleship


Dec. 12 Formation

6-8th Grade T3 1-An Introduction to the Bible

9th Grade 6-Why be Catholic? (Discovering the Church Jesus Founded)

10-11th Grade 17-Who’s calling? (Holy Orders and Vocational Discernment)

12th Grade Discipleship


Dec. 19 No Class, Finals Week -  (We may have a study night with a hot 

        chocolate bar for anyone wishing to come study for finals or who needs

        help studying for finals)


Dec. 26 No Class – Christmas Break


Jan. 2 No Class – Christmas Break


Jan. 9 Formation

6-8th Grade T3 2-The Early World

9th Grade 7-Where am I going? (A Look at the Four Last Things)

10-11th Grade 18-Are you talking to me? (Getting to Know God Through Prayer)

12th Grade Discipleship


Jan. 16 Formation

6-8th Grade T3 3-The Patriarchs

9th Grade 8-How do I get there? (The Power and Purpose of the Sacraments)

10-11th Grade 19-Who is Mary? (Meeting the Mother of God - and Your Heavenly


12th Grade Discipleship


Life Teen

Youth Group is held on Wednesday's from 6:00-8pm during the school year and 6:30-8:30pm during the summer for both middle school and high school, grades 6-12. Check out the video below to find out more about Life Teen.


Does God Use Social Media?

Does God use social media? Many of us go on social media sites, like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, thinking we have a veil of anonymity. We act as though our social media lives can be separated from out real lives. Therefore, we post things that we would not show or say in our daily lives. Does God care how we use our social media sites?

"So whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do everything for the glory of God."  -1Corinthians10:31

If you are a Christian, you can’t expect God will be OK with you acting in an unchristian-like manner. This verse tells us that our main goal in life should be glorifying God. Everything we do should reflect the Lord. We need to remember He is with us at all times, so we should walk through all aspects of life with a Christian attitude.

"I tell you, on the day of judgement people will render an account for every careless word they speak." -Mattew12:36

Matthew is talking to believers when he reminds us that we must stand before the Lord to justify our earthly actions. We must remember that even if our parents or other authority figures don’t see what we post, God does. Knowing that we are held accountable to God should motivate all of us to stay away from lifestyles that He would not approve of.

   " And do not present the parts of your bodies to sin as weapons for wickedness, but present yourselves to God as raised from the dead to life and the parts of your bodies to God as weapons for righteousness." -Romans6:13

This is telling is that we should present ourselves and our actions as instruments of righteousness. What we put on the Internet or message to friends is a part of you. It is what you are telling people you think or believe. Everything on the Internet stays there forever, even if you delete it. Social media cannot be classified as good or bad. It is how we use it that makes it good or bad. Are you using social media as a tool to glorify God or using it as an instrument of sin?

Look back at your last five tweets, posts or messages. Do they reveal God in some way? Would you be comfortable standing before God to explain them? If you answered “no” to either questions, will you be changing the way you act on social media sites? I hope you choose to reflect the Lord in all aspects of your life in the future, and choose to use social media as a tool for righteousness. God uses social media through you. How will you use it?