Office for Youth and Young Adult Ministry

  • Highlights from the 2018 March for Life:

    In January, 193 pilgrims representing the Diocese of La Crosse attended the 44th Annual March for Life in Washington D.C. There were many things to remember this year, one being the first time a sitting president of the United States addressed the group. Chris Rogers, director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry, led the pilgrimage and […] The post Highlights from the 2018 March for Life: appeared first on Catholic Life - The Roman Catholic Diocese of La Crosse. […]

  • Embracing life

    In January, we pray with special urgency for the end of the culture of death. We beseech God for the rediscovery within our nation of the great value of life and a renewal of family values. With this in mind, I want to offer a vision of hope that is emerging in a place of […] The post Embracing life appeared first on Catholic Life - The Roman Catholic Diocese of La Crosse. […]

  • “Should abortion be legalized in cases of … ?”

    No. Even though I know that in the majority of the time a violent act is put in the place of the “…”,  the answer will still be “no.” That sounds a little harsh, doesn’t it? My mental “no,” however, comes out as a verbal answer that I tailor to my specific situation and for […] The post “Should abortion be legalized in cases of … ?” appeared first on Catholic Life - The Roman Catholic Diocese of La Crosse. […]

  • We are called to be pilgrims for life

    Over the past 10 years, more than 2,000 pilgrims from the Diocese of La Crosse have participated in the March for Life in Washington, D.C., bearing witness to the sanctity of human life. Organized by the Office for Youth and Young Adults, the pilgrimage is mostly made up of young people who, each year around […] The post We are called to be pilgrims for life appeared first on Catholic Life - The Roman Catholic Diocese of La Crosse. […]

  • I feel like being polite is not a priority in our society anymore. How can I teach my kids that manners are still important?

    We are told at an early age, “Use your manners.” Although we try, everyone seems to have a different idea on how to use them. For example: • When you are walking into a building, and there is a person who is walking across the parking lot to enter into the same door, at what […] The post I feel like being polite is not a priority in our society anymore. How can I teach my kids that manners are still important? appeared first on Catholic Life - The Roman Catholic Diocese of La Crosse. […]