NET ID is a monthly program during the school year run by the Cincinnati NET Team.
What: Provides dynamic monthly training by NET missionaries, teaching young people to maintain a relationship with God and training them in being leaders in their community
Who: Students in grades 10th-12th grade who are looking to strengthen their faith and become stronger leaders in their community, and share their faith with others
Why: Only 10% of teens will actively pursue their faith within 5 years of confirmation. We believe the key to positive change is to intentional disciple teens who in turn disciple others. NET ID aims to invigorate the communities of NET ID active teens
For More information about this program or you know of an upperclassman who would benefit from this program for next school year, Please Contact Joe Lundin 651-450-6833 ex 203 or at email@example.com or visit netusa.org/netid
Our classes at Ruah Woods will move you. Whether you’re taking an introduction to Theology of the Body or one of our advanced classes that delves deeper into the mysteries of the human heart, you’ll want to apply what you’ve learned to every relationship every day. We have classes designed for teens, for college students, for engaged or newly married couples and for lifelong learners. Classes and programs are offered with a number of options to fit your schedule. Check our current Adult Courses or Teen/College Level Courses below to get you or someone else started on this bold new path in the journey of life.
Our Mission is to awaken, form, and launch Catholic youth apostles and transform culture.
Awaken:We reveal the love of Christ to young people and their families so He might reign in their hearts.
Form: We transform today's youth through the sacraments and prayer, friendship and team life, personal attention, and leadership training.
Launch: We help youth discover their mission in their families, the Church, and in culture.
The St. Julie Billiart Conference is a group of passionate high school students who are making a difference in their community by working on social justice issues and putting their faith into action through service to neighbors in need.
If you are interested in joining the St. Julie Billiart Conference or start a new conference at your own high school, please contact Megan Knapke, firstname.lastname@example.org