This is an info page for the high school students of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in Dallas, TX. Sunday Youth Nights are on Sunday evenings at 4:45 at the Lower school campus off of Mockingbird for a Mass/ High School Youth Night/ Food & Hang Out format.
High School Youth Nights will vary each week and consist of learning about our Catholic faith, games, hanging with friends and meeting new ones, praise and worship music, social nights, Q and A sessions, and many other things each week to engage and serve you. In addition to High School Youth nights will be many other activities throughout the year such as service projects, retreats, camps, World
Operating as usual
[01/07/12] The High school youth starts back up tomorrow, Sunday January 8. Hope to see you all there for mass at 5 and then a time of fellowship and learning more about our Catholic faith. See you there!
[12/03/11] High school youth starts back up tomorrow. See you for Mass tomorrow at 5 or if you've already gone to Mass, youth starts up at 5:45. We'll meet a couple times and then we'll be off for Christmas. See ya there!
[11/20/11] Don't forget there is no High School youth tonight or this next Sunday. We will start back on December 4th. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving break!
[11/04/11] Sunday we have planned some games, a talk about the new translation of the Mass, and we will head to Starbucks for some coffee and a hang afterwards. Looking forward to seeing you all.
[10/25/11] Thanks to everyone who was a part of World Youth Day on Sunday. We had a great time of Worship and fellowship with our youth and the youth from all around Texas!
[09/28/11] This Sunday at HS youth night we will have Fr. John with us for a Q and A session. Many of you have written down questions for him and he will come hang with us and answer them Sunday night. Also, don't forget about signing up for World Youth Day on October 23rd. You will need to sign up this next week. Cost is $15 for a ticket, lunch, and a t-shirt.
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