Bienvenido! Welcome to the Office of Youth Ministry in the Archdiocese of San Antonio! Please look around, see upcoming events on this rotator, resource tabs to the left, and more! Let us know how we can serve you!Read More
Certificate in Youth Ministry
The Certificate in Youth Ministry Studies is a training program for those in ministry with youth in both parish and school settings.
World Youth Day, San Antonio
July 25; 7-10pm; St. Anthony's Catholic High School
Archbishop Gustavo will celebrate Mass!
A night of prayer to include the Passion, a Eucharistic Procession, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, Praise and Worship music, and Holy Mass. Kick-off the journey to meet the Holy Father in Krakow, Poland in 2016 this July! READ MORE
August 1, 2015
Exploring practical strategies for supporting the faith of parents and families both at home and in the parish, this workshop is for all parish leaders whose ministries touch the lives of families.
World Youth Day, Poland
July 19-Aug 2, 2016
Pilgrims from across the Archdiocese will converge in Poland! More details soon!Read More
National Catholic Youth Conference
November 19-21, 2015.
The 2015 National Catholic Youth Conference, Here I Am Lord/Aquí Estoy Señor. 25,000 youth and adults will take over Lucas Oil Stadium and the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis for all the conference events!Registration Info:
For more information contact: Patsy Pelton
Comprehensive Youth Ministry ~ Ministerio Integral con Adolescentes
“...to build a more beautiful Church, and a better World.” ~Pope Francis, World Youth Day 2013 8 Components of Youth MinistryRead More
Confirmation ~ Confirmación
In the Sacrament of Confirmation, the baptized person is "sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit" and is strengthened for service to the Body of Christ.Read More
Forming the Youth Ministry Leader ~ la Formación de Líderes
Equipping leaders with the knowledge, skills, practical tools, and techniques needed for creative and comprehensive ministry with youth, the primary aim of the program is to promote personal, spiritual, and ministerial growth.Read More