Young Adult Events

Java, Jazz and Jesus (JJJ) Event

JJJ enables participants to relax with coffee & jazzy music while engaging in honest conversations about “What makes Catholics spiritual & sexy?” with other young adults and those young at heart.

When: May 18, 2018
Location: St Paul the Apostle Catholic Church
18223 Point Lookout Dr, Houston, TX 77058
Time: 7-10 pm

Caritas Retreat

Caritas helps young adults explore God’s love and voice in their lives through relationships with those around them.


A contemplative, candlelit, ecumenical prayer service that has helped many people, especially young adults,  connect with God through reflective music & chants, readings and moments of silence.

Partnership with Taize friends in Houston, we Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word opens our beautiful monastic Villa De Matel chapel to welcome all who seek God for healing and reconciliation through Taize service twice a year.

Come & Explore

This is open to all single women ages 20+ who are discerning religious life. 

When: May 15-17, 2018
Location: Villa de Matel 
6510 Lawndale St., Houston, TX 77223
Time: 4 pm on Thursday to 7 pm on Saturday

Café Catholica

CCVI Young Adult Office collaborates with the Archdiocesan Young Adult & Capmus ministry office and other leaders to reach out, serve, and connect with young adults.

SILENT Retreat

These Ignatian retreats help people ages 20 and older experience 3-5 days of silent prayer and meditation.


Journey Through Story & Song

An evening of enjoyable, reflective music (both sacred and contemporary) and story-telling that helps listeners connect with and uplifts their spirit to the Divine.

Servant Leadership: Basic Young Adult Ministry Formation

An interactive, hands-on leadership formation for any adult or young adult desiring to be more empowering in ministry. Participants will experience and understand effective ways to help young adults grow spiritually, hone leadership skills, and envision a transformative way of serving together to help your Church community become a “field hospital”.