Steubenville Atlantic Live Stream

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Schedule for Live Stream 2014

 

Friday, July 4, 2014: Opening Night, 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Saturday July 5, 2014: Morning Session, Keynote by Fr. Leo Patalinghug, 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

Saturday July 5, 2014: Morning Mass, Homily by Archbishop Mancini, 9:30 a.m.

Saturday July 5, 2014: Entertainment with Fr. Leo Patalinghug, 1:30 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.

Saturday July 5, 2014: Evening Session, Keynote by Pete Burds, 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Sunday July 6, 2015: Morning Session, 9:45 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Sunday July 6, 2015, Closing Mass, Homily by Archbishop Currie, 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

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Youth & Chaperone Expectations

God Is - WebGeneral Guidelines for Adults and Youth

Appropriate Dress
All participants (youth and adults) are expected to dress in fashion that represents modesty and good taste, respecting other participants and our Lord. Clothing that displays profane or offensive messages or images are not allowed. The Group Leader and Chaperones are expected to communicate these expectations to the youth prior to the conference and to ensure the dress code is respected.

Up building Speech
Participants are expected to use positive and up building speech during the conference. Foul and abusive language from participants, chaperones, volunteers, or staff is not acceptable.

First Aid
For any medical or health issue, all participants will be directed to First Aid. This includes migraines, asthma, exhaustion and dehydration. First Aid is located in room 409 of the DAL Arts Centre with staff wearing red t-shirts. After hours, please call campus security 902-494-4109 or 4109 from any campus pay phone.

 

What to Bring

God Is - WebWhat to Bring to Steubenville Atlantic

  • Comfortable clothing
  • Bible (for reference if you like)
  • Paper and pen
  • Pillow and sleeping bag (optional)
  • Towel
  • Toiletries (toothbrush, shampoo, etc.)
  • Pajamas
  • Mini packs of tissues
  • Lozenges (you may need them after all of that singing and cheering)
  • Flip-flops for the showers
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Flashlight
  • Sunscreen
  • Rain jacket
  • Medications that you take on a regular basis
  • Health insurance card
  • Spending money
  • Fan (dorms are not air conditioned)
  • Your camera
  • Snacks for your room
  • Comfortable clothing – No spaghetti straps or clothes that show your undergarments or midriff. Helpful hint for length of shorts: with arms at your side, if your fingertips go past your shorts, they are too short!
  • Any chargers you may need
  • And of course your friends

If you must bring your cell phone please do not use it during the sessions and especially during Adoration or Mass. It's fine to use it outside, but trust us – you don't need to text during Adoration because Jesus can already hear your thoughts.

Volunteer Descriptions

Volunteer Descriptions

Each year dozens of volunteers work and pray together to make Steubenville Atlantic a reality.  They are dedicated adults aged 19 and over who respond to the needs of our participants by serving and supporting various conference functions.  Volunteers are directed by members of our Regional Organizing team. 


The goal of our volunteer service is to make the facilities and logistics transparent to participants so they can focus one hundred percent on their conference experience without having to worry about the details.

Steubenville Atlantic 2014 is coming!

From July 4-6, hundreds of young people from the Atlantic God Is Logo-Full-Color315x197provinces will gather at Dalhousie University for our eighth Steubenville Atlantic. Various parishes are offering adoration as a time of prayer for our youth and all involved in the conference. All are welcome to come and pray.

Jun 8: 6:30-7:30pm, St. Joseph, Kentville
           8:00-9:00pm, St. Simon and St. Jude, PEI
Jun 20: 7:00-8:00pm, St. Ambrose, Yarmouth
Jun 25: 7:00-8:30pm, Holy Trinity PU (St. John Vianney Church, Lr. Sackville)
Jun 27: 7:00-8:00pm, St Agnes, Halifax

Adoration nights will also take place in Newfoundland and New Brunswick.

Steubenville Atlantic: A Practical Expression Of Transformation

media kit pic5During our Transformation process a need to reach out to young people is identified over and over again. Our diocese is blessed to have a proven and effective outreach to youth, aged 14-18, held each and every year in our own backyard: Steubenville Atlantic. One of only two conferences of its kind in Canada, this weekend experience features relevant music, dynamic speakers, and sacramental experiences all designed to help young people grow in discipleship, personal encounter, witness, community, and credibility. For the first time ever, this year we are also introducing Steubenville Atlantic Young Adults, a brand new Steubenville experience for young adults (ages 19-25). The Young Adults track will be held in conjunction with the high school conference, but will have separate speakers, worship, and socials.

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Parish Pastoral Planning

With a clear understanding of where we presently stand, Phase Two will challenge us to envision, guided by the Holy Spirit, a way forward in our local community. Our pastoral year will begin with regional training for parish leadership in October to prepare for the year ahead. Using the same tools as in Phase One, parishes will then assess their ministries, compile parish statistics, and reflect on how they embody mission, community, and formation in their local reality. This second round of assessment will help parishes better understand their typical one year cycle as they begin to plan for the next three years. This assessment will also serve as the baseline health indicator of the parish, providing a comparison point for future annual assessments. During Phase Two, each parish will also develop an individualized strategic plan for itself. Our parishes vary greatly in size geography, resources,, and charisms – individualized plans, developed locally by pastors and parishioners, will allow each of our parishes to live out our three key themes in the best way for their unique context. We will gather in May 2016 for our Assembly of the People of God, which will focus on training and encouraging parishioners. Pastoral Plans will be completed and submitted to Archbishop Mancini by June 30, 2016, for implementation at the parish level beginning September 2016. During Phase Two we will also implement our new financial campaign and its three annual collections.

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Parish Implementation

With our pastoral plans in place and underway, Phase Three becomes the enactment of our process of prayerful discernment and planning. The consistent cycle begun in phase two will continue for the following three years. Each year will include a regional gathering in October to begin and train for the pastoral year, followed by a time of parish assessment and analysis of parish statistics. Lent will remain a time for learning and reflecting, as parishes complete an annual review comparing their present state to their strategic plan. Near the end of each pastoral year, in late May, we will gather as a diocese for our Assembly of the People of God. The Assemblies will be closely tailored to the needs of our faithful, as indicated by the areas of concern or weakness identified in the parish discernment process and parish annual reviews. In this way, the diocese will be able to support the growth and renewal of our parishes based on their specific needs. This consistent cycle will repeat in the same way for the next three pastoral years (September 2016 to June 2017; September 2017 to June 2018; September 2018 to June 2019). In June 2019, we will gather as a diocese for our Assembly of the People of God to mark the end this five year period, celebrate our progress, and prepare for our future.

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Steubenville Atlantic Contacts

Pastoral Life and New Evangelization office:

John Stevens - Halifax                                   Aurea Sadi - Halifax
(902) 429-9800 ext. 331                               (902) 429-9800 ext. 310
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Sr. Bernadette Cool, foh - Halifax                 Christine Salterio - Halifax
(902) 429-9800 ext. 322                               (902) 429-9800 ext. 324
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Liz (Elizabeth) Steele - Halifax
(902) 429-9800 ext. 311
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