Diocesan Youth Day Ignites the Faith of Young People

In order for Jesus to become the central focus for more than 1,200 teens who attended the annual youth rally on an early Saturday morning, the event would need  to spark their interest and grab their attention through their senses.

Teen News Flash – Jan. 12

“Ignite” is the theme for this year’s Brooklyn Catholic Youth Day. The event will take place March 30 and consists of Mass with a bishop, talks, music, confession and adoration. Lunch will be provided.

Brooklyn Catholic Youth Day

More than 2,000 middle school and high school students from nearly 60 parishes across the diocese spent their Saturday at St. John’s University for Brooklyn Catholic Youth Day. Part day-retreat, part praise and worship concert, the full-day schedule was coordinated by the diocesan School of Evangelization.

Teen News Flash – April 21

Teen News Flash keeps you up-to-date with upcoming youth events around the Diocese of Brooklyn.

Teen News Flash

Register for Brooklyn Catholic Youth Day on April 21, 2018!

Teens Share Faith at Diocesan Youth Day

The Immaculate Conception Center, Douglaston, hosted nearly 750 youth from all over the diocese as the final installment of this year’s Brooklyn Catholic Youth Day event.

Teens Embrace Faith at Brooklyn Catholic Youth Day

Two thousand teens from 65 parishes and schools came to Carnesecca Arena at St. John’s University, Jamaica, to experience this year’s Brooklyn Catholic Youth Day on Saturday, April 30. The day was filled with prayer, music, talks and fun opportunities for fellowship for junior high and high school teens from parishes around the diocese.

Teen Newsflash

WYD Fundraiser at Our Lady of Light parish, St. Albans on Jan. 23; Brooklyn Youth Catholic Day Registration is now open; and Change at the Youth Page.

Diocesan Youth Day 2015

Paul Morisi, the coordinator of adolescent and youth adult formation for the diocese, is very happy to announce that online registration is now open for Brooklyn Catholic Youth Day (#BCYD) for teens in junior high and high school.