The Mission of the Catholic Youth Apostolate is to help all young people hear the Gospel message of Jesus Christ and to help all young people actively respond to the Gospel message and enthusiastically participate in the mission of Jesus Christ and His Church.
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Soccer, Volleyball and MORE all 20% off at Dicks - Aug 6 & 7

                                

Parents - are you looking to purchase items for your kids' upcoming soccer and volleyball season?

Coaches - are you looking for coaching aids for the 2016 fall season?

Officials - do you have your uniform and all the equipment you need for the fall sports?

Everyone - Dick's Sporting Goods is offering 20% off not only soccer and volleyball items, but most items in all their St. Louis stores Saturday, August 6 and Sunday August 7CLICK HERE and print this coupon to take with you to save! 

Kids tell us about Parents watching them play sports

                          

4 minute video of players thought about their parents at their games, from Ilovetowatchyouplay.com https://youtu.be/u2LR4c3JsmU

For more information on Positive Parents at Games look in the left hand column on this page and take the 27 minute FREE online Positive Parent course.

FREE Coach It Right Soccer Clinics

All CYC Soccer Coaches are invited to participate in the FREE Coach It Right Soccer Clinics offered by the St. Louis Sports Commission.  Many CYC coaches have attended these clinics in past years and their feedback has been very positive.  It is FREE, but they do ask that you register.  CLICK HERE to register.

CYC at Cardinals

Over 1,000 cheering CYC players and families could not help the Cardinals beat the Pirates on CYC Night, Wednesday, July 6.  Most of those players and coaches paraded around the field at Busch Stadium before the game.  Plus some special CYC guests were part of other pre-game activities.  Based on the number of tickets each parish purchased, 2 parishes sent folks to watch batting practice and the top 2 parishes sent players to throw out the first pitch.

L-R: Marshall Prost-Little Flower, Noah Jensen-St. Peter, Gage Wombacher-SESR and Madison Collins-St. Clement.

Marshall and Noah came for batting practice, but due to rain there was no batting practice.  However they did get to see Greg Garcia, Alydmes Diaz, Colton Wong and Matt Adams take infield practice.  Plus each of them received a ball as the players went back into the dugout.  Then Gage and Madison were the first of the youth leagues to throw out 1st pitches.  All were congratulated by Fredbird after their toss.  The only thing that could have made the night more fun would have been a Cardinal victory.

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