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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Hole in One for CYC golfer Luke Monzyk!!!

It is what every golfer dreams.  Golf Digest estimates an average golfer will get a hole in one once in every 12,750 tee shots on a par 3 hole.  Well we don't think Luke Monzyk has hit that many par 3 tee shots just yet.  In fact, he may not have hit that many shots in his entire golf career!  Luke is a 3rd grader in the Christ Prince of Peace golf program, and on Saturday, June 24 Luke hit his tee shot which landed 3 feet short of the hole (#4 at Golf Headquarters) and it rolled in for his 1st hole in one.

Congrats to Luke and here's wishing you many more great golf shots!

CYC Golfers injured in Car Accident - Prayers needed

This past Monday there was a head on collision on Highway 94 in St. Charles County.  Three CYC golfers (Dreu Hollman, Bryce Kelley and Kyle Kelley) were passengers in the car driven by Dreu's mom, Elizabeth.  All were injured.  We are asking for you to say a prayer for these boys and Dreu's mom for full and quick recovery. 

The driver of the other car crossed into the oncoming lanes and caused the accident.  He was killed.  Please say a prayer for the repose of his soul and for his family.  He was a young man.

Finally the injuries the 3 boys sustained will keep them from finishing their 8th grade CYC golf season.  We are sure they will miss that.  However their recovery is what matters most right now. 

Everyone here at the CYC wishes all 4 of you the best.

CYC Night at the St. Louis Cardinals

Over 1100 CYC players, parents, families and friends attended Cardinal Night on Wednesday, June 14.  The parade and 1st pitches were the highlight of the evening, as the Cardinals tried to fight back from an early deficit and two rain delays.  In the end the Brewers prevailed.

The 2 parishes that purchased the most tickets sent the CYC 1st Pitchers: St. Clement - Michael O'Rourke and St. Elizabeth/St. Robert - Austin Spinner.  The next 2 parishes with the most tickets were able to send a player and parent on to the field for batting practice.  Our Lady of Pillar sent Ellie Blakeslee and Immacolata sent Andrew Robinson.  Unfortunately the teams did not take batting practice that night (after the double header the day before).  However, Andrew did get a baseball from one of the Brewers!

CYC Officials earn high honors

Congratulations to Mike Cahill and Matt Althage

Mike Cahill, District Chair of the St Charles Distirct was selected by the Missouri State High School Activities Association to officiate at the Class 3 & 4 Girls State Soccer Semis and Finals in Kansas City.

Matt Althage, of the South County District was selected by the Missouri State High School Activities Association to umpire at the recent State Baseball Finals in O'Fallon last week

Congratulations to both on this high honor and recognition of their work as High School Sports Officials.
 

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