College & Young Adult

Welcome to College & Young Adult Ministry!

College Ministry  Get Connected 

FlockNote: Sign up to receive periodic emails and texts for events

Registration: Registering for College Ministry takes NO commitment from you. It will just put you on our list so that you can receive monthly newsletters while you’re at school, care packages from our College Alumni Ministry, and information about your school’s campus ministry.

Goals of St. Louis College Ministry (for 18- approx. 22 year olds):

1.) Help students remain involved in their parish community

2.) Support students in getting involved with their Catholic communities at school

3.) Assist students in the transition from high school to college

4.) Provide opportunities for faith building, friendship, and fun!

College Ministry is not just for college students, but for all college-aged young adults. It is most active during Winter Break and the summer, when more people are home!


Young Adult Ministry Get Connected

Goals of St. Louis Young Adult Ministry (for 18-35 year olds):

1.) Encourage Participation in Community Life: Encouraging young adults to participate in the life of the parish, to participate in regional communities, and to take initiative in leading young adult-focused activities at St. Louis

Howard County Young Adults & their facebook page

ChristLife Young Adults & their facebook page

Baltimore Frassati Young Adults & their facebook page

Bon Secours Young Adults & their facebook page

2.) Communication: To distribute information regarding parish activities and regional activities


Katie Erskine is the contact person for College & Young Adult Ministry.


April 5, 2018
  • Raising Saints: Tots & Parents Play Group 10:00 am - 11:30 am

    All parents and their young children are invited to join Raising Saints" Tots & Play Group of St. Louis & Francis parishes! The play group meets in St. Francis' nursery. Go through main doors, continue through the narthex, through a larger gathering space, and the door will be on the right before you come to the end of the hall. See web: