January 13-15, 2017 St. Clare School

A special invitation to eighth-graders: The annual Luke 18 retreat provides a powerful experience for eighth graders. Luke 18 opens their eyes to the presence and love of our God, who embraces them just as they are. Led by high school and college students from St. Nicholas, St. Clare and Corpus Christi parishes, the retreat features high-energy games, songs, skits, personal sharing and a series of faith and life talks by the high school students. They’ll be talking about Luke 18 for years.

Eighth-graders: Cost is $50

Payable to St. Clare Church (Luke 18) .

Registration and payment due Nov. 8.

Cost increases to $90 after Nov. 8

and registration closes on Dec. 12.

Register at www.stnicholasofallon.org

or contact your parish youth leader for more information.

High school students: Be a leader at Luke 18. Share your faith with our eighth-graders and help host this retreat to make a difference in their lives.

You must apply for one of the limited number of leader positions. Leader applications will be available on parish websites Oct. 8-Nov. 8. Leaders must apply and pay by the deadline. No late applications will be accepted.

Leaders must attend 1 planning meeting (seniors must attend 2 meetings):

Nov. 27 seniors-only meeting: 10:30 a.m. Mass at St. Clare and meeting to follow

Dec. 18 all high school leaders : 10:30 a.m. Mass at St. Nicholas and meeting to follow

Jan. 8 all high school leaders: noon meeting at Corpus Christi Parish Hall

High school leaders: Cost is $40 Payable to St. Clare Church (Luke 18).

Application and payment due Nov. 8

Register at www.stnicholasofallon.org starting Oct. 8

or contact your parish youth leader for more information.

College students: Thanks to those students who have volunteered to be a leader at Luke 18. College and adult pre-planning meetings are Nov. 27 (college seniors and juniors only), Dec. 18 and Jan. 8. Remember, you must attend 2 planning meetings with the high school leaders.

The annual Luke 18 retreat provides a powerful experience for eighth graders. Luke 18 opens their eyes to the presence and love of our God, who embraces them just as they are.