Connect with young people at NCYC

Connect with young people at NCYC

20,000+ teens and chaperones to take part

NRVC invites you to be present to the 20,000+ teens, parents, and youth ministers who will gather November 21-23 in Indianapolis for the biennial National Catholic Youth Conference. Sponsored by the National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry (NFCYM), the theme for this year's event will be "Blessed, Broken, Given."

In collaboration with NFCYM, NRVC is sponsoring a gathering space called Inspiration Nook to meet participants and promote vocations to religious life. There are three overlapping ways to be part of NCYC:

1. Attend with high schools, parishes, and dioceses and register as an adult participant with these groups. As your time allows, you can also volunteer at Inspiration Nook.

2. Host an information exhibit booth in the thematic village (and volunteer as you are able at Inspiration Nook).

3. Participate as a volunteer throughout the thematic village and in Inspiration Nook as your schedule allows. 

Registration is open for all three forms of participation. Detailed information about how to participate and register may be found at nrvc.net.



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