Young adults are persons in their twenties, and thirties who represent diverse cultural, racial, ethnic, educational, vocational, social, political, and spiritual backgrounds. They are college students, workers, and professionals; they are persons in military service; they are single, married, divorced, or widowed; they are with or without children; they are newcomers in search of a better life.
To connect young adults with Jesus Christ through spiritual formation/direction, religious education/formation, and vocational discernment.To connect young adults to the Church through evangelizing outreach, formation of the faith community, and pastoral care.
To connect young adults with the mission of the Church in the world through forming a Christian conscience, educating and developing leaders for the present and future.
To connect young adults with a peer community through developing peer leadership and identifying a young adult team for the purpose of forming faith communities of peers.