Breakfast of Champions
Wednesday, June 14, 2023
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
LEADING YOUTH IN GRADES 6-12 TO A
DEEPER, AUTHENTIC RELATIONSHIP
WITH CHRIST AND HIS CHURCH
"Therefore, go and make disciples of all nations..."
As a ministry of All Saints Catholic Church, the mission of the All Saints Youth Ministry is to lead the young people of our parish into a deeper, authentic relationship with Christ and His Church, and through them, to bring Christ more and more into the world at large.
The world today promises comfort and cheap joy. This ministry welcomes all young people who are seeking fulfillment, real joy, greatness, happiness, and friendship, and we will work to show you that Jesus Christ is the Happiness you are seeking. We have events, resources, and programs for teens from grades 6-12, and there is a place for everyone here. Leading our teens to Christ is the mission. Come along and join us for the adventure.
Our Core Team is a dedicated group of All Saints parishioners who volunteer every week to minister to, spend time with, and pray for the High School-aged youth of our parish!
We are always in need of more hearts and hands to help guide the youth of our Parish closer to Christ! If you are at all interested in helping in any way, with any age group, contact us via our information above!
"The definitive aim of catechesis is to put people not only in touch but in communion, in intimacy, with Jesus Christ: only He can lead us to the love of the Father in the Spirit and make us share in the life of the Holy Trinity..."
[St. Pope Paul VI]
The purpose of All Saints High School Youth Ministry is to create an environment that leads high school youth into a deeper relationship with God through Jesus Christ and His Church. Our ministry offers dynamic events such as Illuminate Nights, Bible Study, retreats, missions, conferences, and more. All are welcome!
We meet every Sunday after the 5:00 pm Mass, 9th to 12th-grade students will take time eating together, praying together and have an engaging topic relevant to the faith and their lives. We also have time for praise, worship, and music to enhance the prayer experiences. Every few weeks, we go to the Chapel and experience Adoration.
Every Wednesday from 6:30 to 8:15 pm, we meet up with the Junior High Ministry for pizza and fellowship, then we split up and look at the upcoming readings to help prepare ourselves for the Sunday liturgy. Come by beforehand as early as 5:30 to hang out or study!
Check in here for further information about High School Ministry Events!
The Dallas Catholic Youth Conference or, DCYC is coming up this February 17th-19th. Hosted at the Frisco Convention Center, this is a weekend when our teens get to unite together with other parishes from around the DFW area. There will be dynamic speakers, breakout sessions, time to hang out, and of course, Jesus!
All Saints Youth Ministry High School Gallery
Our Junior High Ministry is focused on providing youth in grades 6 through 8 with fun activities where they can both develop strong friendships and grow in their relationship with God and deepen their understanding of their Catholic Faith!
Students: We invite you to join us and take a step in your faith journey!
Parents: We invite you as well! Help your children and others to grow in their relationship with Christ! Making disciples of our teens is a team sport!
Every Wednesday, we and the High School Ministry gather together for fellowship and fun, and then separate out to dive into the readings for the next Sunday's Mass. All youth in grades 6-12 are welcome to join us!
IMPACT is a weekly gathering of Junior High teens where we talk about different topics concerning the faith, life, friendship, and more. We normally have a talk, some fun events and food! We'll have small groups and social opportunities as well.
IMPACT is held almost every Friday, 7-9 pm at All Saints Catholic Church. We will usually meet in the Fellowship Hall / Gym. Come join us for IMPACT! Open to all in 6th-8th Grade. Click on the button below for more information!
Junior High Ministry
Miscellaneous Things Around the Church!Volunteer with the NurseryReading At MassJoin the 5PM Mass ChoirBecome an UsherBecome a Greeter
Check out the following resources to learn more about the faith and to grow closer to God! All resources listed are completely free to anyone!
What is 'virtue', and why should we care about it as Catholics?
"A virtue is a habitual and firm disposition to do the good. It allows the person not only to perform good acts, but to give the best of himself." -Catechism #1803
Both Scripture and the best of philosophy tell us of 7 primary virtues. There are more than these, but these are the most broad way to summarize them all. Four are apparent from reason and are called the "Cardinal Virtues". These are:
Scrtipture and the Tradition of the Church give us three more which are called the "Theological Virtues". These are:
Check out any of the links below for more information about the virtues, and how you can grow in them!
What is Virtue?The Four Cardinal Virtues (Article) The Four Cardinal Virtues (The Catechism)The Three Theological Virtues (Short Article)The Three Theological Virtues (The Catechism)
As a parishioner of All Saints, you automatically have FREE access to FORMED.org. FORMED is a sort of Catholic Netflix, featuring videos for all ages about all things Catholic.
To sign up for FORMED, go to signup.formed.org and search for All Saints using our zip code: 75248. Then enter your name and email address to create your account.
You can also find the FORMED app in the App Store or Google Play Store.
The Liturgy of the Hours is an ancient Catholic Tradition, in which anyone can meditate on the Psalms and the Gospels all day, in order to make the whole day holy! Click the button to learn more, or look below the button to directly access the LOTH prayers for today!
Info About The Liturgy of the Hours
"The Chosen" is, honestly, the greatest television-quality portrayal of the Gospel I have ever seen. It is not only actually good television, but it is a really impactful way to experience the Gospels and the life, ministry, and person of Jesus Christ. We cannot recommend this enough to anyone.
To watch the Chosen (for FREE!), create a free account at www.vidangel.com, and then search for The Chosen among their content. VidAngel, as well as "The Chosen" App, is also available through the Apple Store and Google Play store.
All Saints Catholic Church has all our homilies and major talks available via podcast and our website. Check them out!
Join us for Mass every single day at 9AM, or watch the recording later in the day! Especially if you are remaining at home, connect with All Saints and the Catholic Church through the Mass! The current/most recent Mass is available in the window below, and all Masses can be accessed by clicking here.
Join our Youth, Young Adult, and Family Ministries Staff every Thursday morning at 11AM (or watch the recording anytime) as we talk about the faith with a different special guest each week! All episodes can be seen in the window below, as well as via our Facebook page and YouTube Channel. Also available as a podcast (see further below).
Every week, our Ministry Team publishes a new reflection on the upcoming Sunday's Mass Readings! All videos can be seen below, as well as on our YouTube channel and Facebook page!
Ascension is a fantastic Catholic media company, and their YouTube channel features regular, short videos from Fr. Mike Schmitz, Jackie François Angel, Matt Fradd, the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal, and more!
The entire Bible is available through the website from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, as well as the breakdown of the Daily Mass Readings! They also have a great index of important Catholic Prayers along with a guide to prayer in general!
Click on the button below to sign up for free, daily reflections from Bishop Barron and the Word on Fire staff on the daily Gospel reading for Mass!
This Advent, join our Ministry team for daily reflections in preparation for Christmas!
Check out the links to various great podcasts below!
Tune in as Father Garrett Bockman and Paul Bianchi reflect on how families can help each other grow in the faith!
This past Lent, our Ministry team published a short, daily podcast reflection on different topics to help you grow as we prepare for Easter!