Youth in Theology and Ministry
Saint John's School of Theology•Seminary's Youth in Theology and Ministry program strives to apprentice Catholic leadership high school youth, counselors, and their adult mentors to live as disciples of Jesus Christ. Youth in Theology and Ministry (YTM) seeks to cultivate the practices of theological reflection, service, and prayer, while encouraging a new generation of young Christians to discover their deep gladness for the world's deep need.
It is a three-pronged program, serving high school youth, students from the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University who serve as counselors, and adult mentors who earn a Master of Arts in Pastoral Ministry from Saint John's School of Theology·Seminary over the course of several years as part of a YTM cohort. Youth in Theology and Ministry program is funded through a grant from the Lilly Endowment, Inc., support from Saint John's School of Theology·Seminary, and gifts from our YTM Vocation Partners. You may contact Jeff Kaster at 320-363-2620 or email@example.com.
January Retreat Information and Registration
January 3-4, 2014
- Online Registration Form
- Code of Conduct/Photo Form
- Medical Release Form (only if insurance/medical information has changed since the summer)
June 15-28, 2014
Join sixty high school leadership youth from across the country at Saint John's University for an amazing adventure which includes morning theology classes with CSB/SJU professors, service learning at Boys & Girls Clubs, Casa Guadalupe, or nursing homes in the afternoons, and evenings filled with recreation and prayer.
Youth in Theology and Ministry Leadership Development
Complete a master's degree in Pastoral Ministry in four years of part time graduate theological study that includes mentoring high school leadership youth. Special scholarships provided for those accepted into the program.
- MA in Pastoral Ministry
- Cohort course schedule
- MA Cohort Information (.pdf)
- YTM Counselors for Summer Institute