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Generation Life: A Success?

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Last month 1600 teens, chaperones and young adults from the Archdiocese of St. Louis attended Generation Life, a pilgrimage to Washington, DC to participate in the annual March for Life.  Travels were safe and relatively incident free.  The evening programs were met with rave reviews.  The weather, during the March and the touring day, was great for January in DC.  We were even able to join the half-million plus person March smoothly and without incident, keeping our entire group intact.  But the success of the trip is yet to be determined. Read more »

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Join Us in Praying for the Unborn

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Whether you are joining us on our Generation Life Pilgrimage to March for Life or not, we welcome and encourage you to join us in praying for the Unborn.

Click here and join the prayer movement: http://archstl.org/commit

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GENERATION LIFE Logo Revealed

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Coming January 23rd, over 1,800 Pro-Life 8th graders, High Schoolers, Young Adults, and Chaperones will be traveling to Washington D.C. to witness, pray, and march for LIFE and the end to abortion.  Even though the past 40 years of legalized abortion can bring sorrow and frustration, the Youth of this Generation brings Hope and Joy!  Since the Roe vs. Wade decision back in 1973, there has never been a more Pro-Life Generation amoung the youth than 2012.  Read more »

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Q+A on Pro-Life March Pilgrimage, GENERATION LIFE

 

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Thank you from Catholic Charities to Steubenville St. Louis Mid-America

 

This is from a letter sent by the Executive Director of Catholic Charities for the generous donations by all those who attended the Steubenville St. Louis Mid-America Conferences.

What a welcome surprise to be chosen to receive the very generous donation from this year's Steubenville Mid-America Conference!  We are very grateful for the support and the caring of the Catholic youth who attended the conference.  This donation will be used to help those still struggling in Joplin after the May 2011 tornado destroyed their homes and made their lives so difficult. Read more »

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The Elements

The Elements is a four-year program that provides today’s young men with the elements of professional and personal excellence they need to be the leaders of society tomorrow. Through a curriculum of classes, one-on-one mentoring, interactive sessions, and career presentations by successful professionals, The Elements challenges students not only to excel academically, but also to stand out among their peers in character, breadth of vision, and a magnanimous spirit of service.  More more information please check out the website here.
 

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