Youth Ministry

  • Fidelis

    Fidelis is a program inviting girls in grades 6-12 into a sisterhood with adult women young and old, leading each other to Christ. Weekly meetings are at St. Elizabeth in the Youth Room every Tuesday from 6:30-8:30 pm. They share a meal, play games and spend time in small group discussion (separated by age) followed by an invitation to grow in virtue each week.  They also have periodic retreats, service projects and excursions. Non-Parishioners are welcome!

    Join our private Facebook group here.

    Learn more about the National Fidelis program by clicking here.

    For questions please contact Linda at [email protected].

    Sign up to bring food or snacks to the group by clicking here.


    HIGH SEAS is our HIgh School CO-ED Youth Group.  We meet once a month to join in community, fun and faith.  Any high school student can join any of the activities. HIGH SEAS allows our Fraternus and Fidelis groups and all high school students to interact on a more social basis.  The activities will vary and the dates and times will vary as well.  We hope to be able to reach all the high school youth in the area. If you have any questions, email [email protected].  Most activities will require a permission slip and you can find those on the links to the activities.


  • Fraternus

    Fraternus is a brotherhood of young men (in 6th through 12th grade) who seek to grow in virtue and faith as they build friendships while being mentored by adult volunteers of all ages. Fraternus brings generations of men together into a brotherhood of disciples.

    Weekly meetings occur every Tuesday at 6:30 pm and include competitive games, discussion, and a personal challenge for the upcoming week. There are also several excursions throughout the year following the example of St. John Paul II’s connection with youth. Non-parishioners are welcome and encouraged to participate.

    More information is available by going to

    To make a denotion to this ministry, please go to online giving, or click here.

    For questions please contact: Dan Landrigan at  [email protected] 

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