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BCYC - Benedictine College Youth Conferences



Hello!


We are so excited to partner with the Diocese of Pueblo to send a group of high school students to BCYC Encounter on June 14th-16th this summer!

 

BCYC Encounter is a unique conference unlike any other available for today’s teens that infuses Benedictine Spirituality into the conference, and tailors it to the unique needs of Generation Z. This summer we are especially excited to host Braden Johnson and Lillian Fallon as speakers. These phenomenal speakers, and some of the Monks of St. Benedict’s Abbey, will be with us all weekend focusing on the theme, “Peace, Be Still.”

 

Teens in the Diocese of Pueblo can take advantage of the Mission Diocese rate at only $100 per person. On top of this, a donor has offered to pay the cost of the bus for our teens to attend. This price is all inclusive once you get to campus – housing, food, all activities, and some awesome “swag” are all included in the price!

 

To register, first contact Shanna Robb, the diocesan group leader, to claim your spot on the bus. She will direct you to the BCYC team for further registration instruction. If at all possible, please make contact with her by March 31 to express interest. If you have questions about the conference, its content, and our particular mission, please feel free to reach out to the BCYC team directly.  


Shanna Robb

562-260-7451 (cell)


For more information about BCYC Encounter and to check out their mission, you can visit: www.benedictine.edu/encounter

 

God Bless,


Patricia Oliver

Coordinator of Youth

(913) 360-7406




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