At its very core, the Viatorian Community enthusiastically looks for ways to support young adults from Viatorian communities. Think greater engagement, ongoing formation and continued communal life. Those are some of the ways its Viatorian Vocation Ministry works with young adults to facilitate all of this.

Its newest initiative is a Mass via Zoom, designed for young people. It takes place at 2 p.m. (CENTRAL) this Sunday, May 3, with Fr. Dan Hall, CSV, celebrating.

Justin Days gives thumbs up to the Young Adult Think Tank session in December.

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The idea came out of a Young Adult Think Tank in December, when more than one dozen young people from different Viatorian institutions suggested tangible ideas to stay connected. Little could they have envisioned a global pandemic, with a country shut down and people ordered to stay home. Nonetheless, their comments proved providential.

“I know the importance of having faith in dark times,” said Justin Daus, a parishioner of Saint Viator Catholic Community in Las Vegas. “If Viatorians are not present during this critical time, then they are missing out on important work.”
Consequently, during this time of social distancing when no public liturgies can take place, Viatorians are stepping up to offer a Mass where young adults can interact and participate more than just watching a stream. We hope it will offer renewal as well as provide a means to stay in touch and walk closely with each other during this strange and difficult time.