HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS
Avenue E, where emerging leaders gather and grow!
Mission: To empower emerging female leaders to be a catalyst for lasting change in the world today, through accompaniment, courageous-action, and education.
Format: Every session will include a talk, time spent with your small group and mentor, an interactive activity, journaling and dinner.
Dates: Jan 16, Feb 20, March 20, April 17, and May 15 from 4:30pm - 7:30pm
Cost: $125 for the semester, or $30 per session.
Jan = Who Am I?
Feb = Atomic Habits for Success
March = What's in a Day? Time Well Spent
April = Daring Authenticity
May = Communicating in a Digital World
High School Students can apply here.
Camp Galena & Summer Blast Counselors
High school students have the opportunity to be counselors at our two summer camps!
Summer Blast: a day camp for girls entering 1st - 5th grades.
Camp Galena: an overnight camp for girls entering 6th - 9th grades.
Apply NOW to be a counselor. Applications due January 20, 2021!
Days of Recollection & Retreats
Days of Recollection
High School Retreat
A retreat provides a deeper opportunity to reflect on your everyday life and to deepen your personal relationship with God. The silent retreat includes times for personal recollection, guided meditations, Holy Mass and confession to offer the quiet we all need to rejuvenate.
Retreats for High School Girls
at Shellbourne Conference Center in Valparaiso, Indiana:
For more information, please call Lindell at 314-822-3627.
Pray Like A Teenager
Montse Grases was born in Barcelona, Spain on July 10, 1941 into a deeply Catholic family.
At 16 years old, she sensed that God was calling her to follow the path of sanctification in ordinary life in Opus Dei; so after seeing appropriate counsel, she asked for admission to the Work. Soon after, she was diagnosed with bone cancer in her leg. She died on Holy Thursday, March 26, 1959 and in 1962, the Cause for her canonization was opened in Barcelona. On April 26, 2016, Pope Francis declared that Montse had practiced the virtues heroically, thus earning her the title "Venerable". By declaring Montse to be "Venerable", the Church is saying that she can be offered as an example for the devotion and imitation of the Catholic faithful and we are encouraged to have recourse to Montse Grases' intercession to obtain favors from Heaven.