Young-Adult Ministry

Veritas is a Young-Adult network – from college students to those in their 30’s – at St. Philip. Our mission is to aid in the formation of lifelong Catholics, with a solid understanding of the Church’s teachings, who actively participate in the sacraments and contribute to the Catholic faith community at large. Veritas sponsors social events for forging Catholic friendships, service events for embodying the Gospel, and spiritual events for faith formation activities throughout the year. Every young adult at St. Philip is encouraged to take ownership of their faith and involvement in the church. If you are interested in planning an activity, we can assist you in selecting a good date and publicizing your event or program.

Julianne Staley, Director of Formation of the Young Church

Theology On Tap

Join us the last Tuesday of the month in the St. Philip Activity Center for Theology on Tap! (on hold during Covid-19 precautions)

Youth Ministry Volunteers

The Youth Ministry needs volunteers for the Edge (Middle School) and Connect (High School) programs. Join other young adults in helping with activities, facilitating small groups, and team teaching. Volunteers often help with social activities and attend retreats and mission trips. Interested? Email

Young Adult Supporters

Not a young-adult, but have a passion for this age group? We are always in need of mature Catholics to provide guidance and wisdom as we grow in our faith. You can serve in many ways: sponsor young adult dinners in your home or team teach a young adult faith formation class.

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College Exam Care


Lent Retreat

February 27 - March 6

Newman Connection

Graduating seniors. The Newman Connection will allow Catholic campus ministries to get in touch with with you as an incoming freshman. Current college students or those transferring to a new college can also fill out the form.

Newman Connection is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing a national support structure and unified brand to Catholic campus ministry. It assists these campus ministries in their growth by:

  • Providing a national outreach program, connecting students from all over the country to campus ministry.
  • Establishing a national prayer hour specifically for the benefit of campus ministry.
  • Creating educational programming that is available online, in the classroom or in the field on a retreat.