Light the Night: An Evening of Prayer and Reflection for Young People
- Light the Night: An Evening of Prayer and Reflection for Young People
- 2/25/2023, 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM
- Carmel Catholic High School, One Carmel Parkway, Mundelein IL 60060. Enter through the Auditorium.
An evening of prayer and fellowship with activities, rosary, witness talks, confessions, celebration of Mass with Bishop Grob as principal celebrant, Eucharistic Exposition and Benediction, organized and hosted by students and staff of Carmel Catholic High School.
- Engage and interact with Priests, seminarians and religious
- Learn more about Eucharistic Adoration, the Rosary
- Meet youth from beyond your own parish or school
Who: For parish and school youth groups of Vicariate I, Archdiocese of Chicago. If an individual would like to sign up, a parent must complete the registration. (CCHS students must register through the link provided to you at school).
How: The event is free; however, attendance is limited to 600 and pre-registration is required. At least one adult chaperone per 10 youth is required. Chaperones bringing groups and parents bringing individuals must remain throughout the program.
Hospitality: Water, hot chocolate, coffee, and light snacks will be available for purchase.
Registration: Non-CCHS groups and individuals, register here. Deadline is February 20, 2023.
Contact: Kambra French, Director of Mission, Carmel Catholic High School, [email protected]
About Light the Night:
Light the Night was developed in 2016 by Seminarians at Mundelein Seminary and has grown since then to take place at local parishes, schools and religious sites. This event provides an opportunity for young people to come together in prayer and reflection. The evening is organized and hosted by students and staff of Carmel Catholic High School out of a desire to bring together young people to share our faith. Priests will be present for Eucharistic Exposition, for confessions, and for celebration of Mass. The event also allows youth to meet other youth from around the Archdiocese of Chicago, showing that the Catholic Church extends beyond their local Parish. For more information or questions, please email Kambra French [email protected]