YOU: Life, Love, and the Theology of the Body introduces teens to the truth that life is not, in fact, all about them; it is about going out of themselves to be a sincere gift for others.
YDisciple is a popular Catholic small group resource used in parishes around the world as a tool to accompany teems. It covers a range of topics including True Strength: Manhood, Discipleship, True Strength: Chastity for guys, True Beauty: Womanhood, Advent, Creed, Prayer, Sacraments, Modern Media, Human Sexuality, True Beauty: Chastity for Girls, Vocation and Discernment, Confirmation, Pro-life, the Church, and Who is God. Videos can be accessed through formed.org.
Encounter: Experiencing God in the Everyday is a Catholic Bible study designed specifically for middle school kids. This captivating program guides students toward a powerful Encounter with God.
he brand new Alpha Youth Series has been reimagined for today’s youth culture. Since the launch of the Alpha Youth Film Series in 2013, it has been used to run Alpha for 13-18 year olds in 49 countries, in 19 languages — giving young people all around the world the chance to explore faith through Alpha. Filmed in Vancouver, London, Paris, Rome, Israel and many other incredible locations.
Altaration addresses head-on one of the biggest problems we all face: how do we get Catholic teens to appreciate the awesome beauty and mystery of the Mass…and to actually look forward to attending and participating?
Chosen: This is Your Catholic Faith takes young people on a journey through the entire Catholic faith in all its richness and vitality. Teens will be captivated by the story, from Creation all the way through salvation history, and they will come to see how the sacraments, prayer, and discipleship are the keys to a happy life. The goal of this 24-lesson program is nothing short of winning over the hearts of teens and making them disciples of Christ.
Many of those working in Catholic parishes and schools have found the growing library of Fr. Mike Schmitz’s videos on Ascension Presents to be an effective resource. As classroom supplements, these videos can make topics come alive for students. They are also great resources for parish ministry; they work as small-group prompts for campus ministry sessions, for confirmation candidates and their parents, for youth group nights, and many others.