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Registration for Steubenville High School Conference MC2 June 19-21, 2020

Nancy Dietrich

Thursday, December 19, 2019 at 12:00 AM - Friday, February 28, 2020 at 11:00 PM (EST)

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Type Remaining End Quantity
Teens
This even is for teens who have completed 8th grade in 2020 through high school graduation of 2020.
62 Tickets Feb 28, 2020 Free  
Chaperones
If you are interested in being a chaperone, please contact Nancy Dietrich prior to registering. Chaperones must be 21 years old, have a background check (usually done through your home parish) and completed 'Protecting God's Children' workshop.
13 Tickets Feb 28, 2020 Free  

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Welcome to the registration page for the MC2 Steubenville High School youth conference!

Following is a teaser trailer and it contains the image in it: https://youtu.be/ceevd2SQZqo

Don't let the free fool you. It is free to register online, but you must send in $150 deposit (non-refundable) for your registration to be complete and hold your spot. The remainder of the balance must be paid prior to April 1st. If you would like to pay the balance in increments, please look at the Payment Options below.

Visit the YouTube channels to see the promotional video and  two videos from our group from past conferences.

https://youtu.be/HB6BKDafVyo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CH8EkydnLCU&t=162s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aOd1jwa_Bds 

Requirements:

  • Those who will graduate 8th grade in the Spring of 2020 are permitted to attend.
  • Those who will still be in high school as of the fall of 2020 are permitted to attend.
  • Those who graduate from high school Class of 2020 are permitted to attend.

Payment Options & to Hold your spot:

  • Make check payable to Monroe Vicariate.
  • Mail the $150.00 (non-refundable) deposit with a copy of the registration page to Nancy Dietrich 7676 Beachway Dr. Monroe, MI 48161.
  • Payments may be made at your discretion, as long as payment is made in full no later than April 1st. Otherwise, you will be accessed a 10% late penalty fee on your remaining balance.
  • If something comes up with regards to your finances, please contact me. We can always try to work something out.

Pricing Information:

  • Steubenville $218
  • T-shirts $35 (3 group shirts)
  • Transportation $75 (For those who have no affiliation with the Monroe Vicariate) Not sure. Contact Nancy Dietrich monroecym@gmail.com or 734.735.0845
  • Misc. Bus driver tips, pizza, special items $15
  • Total is $268 or $343 depending on transportation cost

REMAINING Balance & All Paperwork Due:

  • No Later than April 1st, otherwise; there will be a 10% penalty on remaining balance. 
  • You may make payments up until April 1st, if that makes it easier for your family.

LEAD:

  • Applications accepted Mid-January (Do not wait. Our group missed out last year on sending teens to LEAD)
  • Additonal Cost TBD.
  • Informaiton at steubenvilleconferences.com/lead

ADVICE LETTER:

I first heard this letter read about fourteen years ago on the Teresa Tomeo show on Ave Maria radio. I share this letter every year especially for my Steubenville families. The word 'BUSY' according to Fr. George Kosicki (may he rest in peace) stood for:
B - Burdened
U - Under
S - Satan's 
Y - Yoke

Being 'busy' even with good things can lead us away from knowing Jesus.

For the last few years I (Fr. Bugarin) have published an anonymous letter I received from a parishioner during Lent in 2005. Usually I toss anonymous letters right away but this one escaped that fatal ending

“Fr. Bugarin, I was very moved by your homily on Sunday, February 13, 2005, regarding Hell, Satan, and the response of faithful people to temptation. I am the father of an adult son and daughter, and it pains me to think of the mistakes my wife and I made in raising our children. We thought we had a clever, well thought out solution to the dangers and evils of the world, but instead we were victims of our over estimation of our own perceived abilities and power. In so doing we neglected the saving power and grace of our Lord Jesus Christ and the intercessory power of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

“Knowing the evils and temptations of our world, my wife and I sought to shield our children through endless activity. Like many other parents, we got our son involved in hockey and our daughter in dance; our goal was to keep our children busy and thus not give them a chance to get in trouble. However, I now realize that in engaging in a futile attempt to shield our children from battle with the Devil we were instead merely failing to equip our children for their inevitable battles with Satan. We attempted a human solution to a spiritual problem, and our human limitations and inadequacies resulted in failure. We failed to fill our children with Christ, and instead left a vacuum too easily exploited by Satan.

“In focusing our children on endless activity we created selfish, self-centered children. By failing to involve them in Catholic charitable works we taught them to believe they were the centers of their own universes. We replaced rosaries, adoration and bible study with ice time, games and recitals. We missed Sunday masses for tournaments and catechism for performances, and we rationalized it by asserting that it was ‘for the best.’ How wrong we were.

“Today, both of our children have left the Church. Our daughter is living with a man and has had an abortion; our son has experimented with drugs and regards the Church with contempt and cynicism. Our first priority should have been to pass on the faith and to teach trust in the Lord; instead, we relied on our human intellect and put our faith in schemes of this world.

“If I could only go back in time I’d make every Sunday mass as a family, lead my family in a weekly rosary, take my children to pray in front of an abortion clinic, lead them in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament, and help them volunteer at a soup kitchen. For despite our best efforts and intentions there still were times my children were alone and lonely, tired and weak, hungry and desirous. I failed to anticipate and prepare my children for those inevitable times of temptation, and the Devil had been patiently waiting.

“Father, please print my letter in the church paper. If it will serve as a warning to at least one family it may help them to avoid the pain and regret my wife and I have experienced.

An Anonymous St. Joan of Arc Parishioner.”

I think there is a little of us in this letter. How do your children (teens, adults) view the Catholic Church?

God Bless!!!

Nancy Dietrich

Have questions about Registration for Steubenville High School Conference MC2 June 19-21, 2020? Contact Nancy Dietrich

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Franciscan University of Steubenville
1235 University Boulevard
Steubenville, OH 43952

Thursday, December 19, 2019 at 12:00 AM - Friday, February 28, 2020 at 11:00 PM (EST)


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