Young Adult Ministry

April 22 – “Discipleship through the lens of St. Anthony: Bearing Good Fruit”

Our next YA event will be the evening of Thursday, April 22. As on every Thursday, there will be Adoration and confessions in church until 7pm. At 7:15pm in the Ignatius Center (across the street from the church), Fr. Fernandes will be speaking on “Discipleship through the lens of St. Anthony: Bearing Good Fruit”. Conversation with food and drinks to follow in our Youth Room upstairs!  

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Saturday, May 22 – Morning reflection and conversation on beauty, followed by a hike. Check back for more details!


St. Ignatius of Loyola’s Young Adult ministry is a community of Catholic young adults (ages 18-35), whether single, married or young parents, growing as disciples of Jesus Christ through the gift of His Church. Check out our upcoming and past events!


Interested in Young Adult events? Contact Brad Macke, at or 513.661.6565, option 7, ext. 2743.


Check out our past events!

October – Fr. Fernandes gave a  talk on Exorcism, followed by prayer, then social time at the Public House just down the road. Click here to watch the recording of his talk:

November Young Adults led the midnight Holy Hour prayers of the National Night of Prayer for Life hosted at St. Ignatius.

December We went to Mass at St. Ignatius together then hit a hiking trail at East Fork State Park, followed by lunch at the Public House.

January Young adults celebrated St. Thomas Aquinas’ feast day, beginning with Mass, where we sang a few of the Latin Eucharistic hymns that he wrote. Then we watched a Word on Fire/Bishop Barron DVD on his life (, followed by social time.

February Parishioner Steve Hendy gave a talk on St. Ignatius’ 14 Rules of Discernment to help us become aware of what is going on in our spiritual lives to take the right course of action to progress in following the Holy Spirit’s promptings. We enjoyed conversations in our Youth Room afterwards with food and drinks. 

March After Adoration and confessions, Fr. Fernandes spoke on “The Law and the Interior Life”, as the third night of our parish mission.

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