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.

Sports Authority offers Al Hrabosky Autograph & 20% Off


Saturday, October 25 from 1:00 to 2:30pm at the Lake St. Louis SPORTS AUTHORITY STORE (6298 Ronald Reagan Dr., Lake St. Louis, MO 63367) you can meet former St. Louis Cardinal pitcher and current St. Louis Cardinal broadcaster!  Not only can you get his Autograph but you can save 20% off most items in the store that day if you bring this coupon (CLICK HERE for COUPON).

CYC Night at SLU Men's Soccer - THIS FRIDAY


KIDS wearing CYC Jerseys get in FREE!!!   St. Louis University is ranked in the top 20 in the nation.  Come cheer on former CYC players and St. Louisans: Robert Kristo, Josh Kohring, Justin Graham, David Geerling and Grant Owens.  Did we mention KIDS wearing CYC Jerseys get in FREE!!!  Family and Friends can get tickets for only $4 if they call the SLU ticket Office at 314-977-1260 by 5pm Friday, Oct. 16.

St. Louis Sports Commission's Sportsmanship Brigade finds more RAS

Once again the CYC would like to thank Solomon Alexander and his St. Louis Sports Commission's Sportsmanship Brigade for stopping by Blessed Teresa of Calcutta for Friday Night volleyball games.  The brigade found enough sportsmanship to give out 5 awards during the three matches.  Congratulations to all those that received awards, they should be proud of their Random Acts of Sportsmanship (RAS).  Here is what Solomon wrote in his blog about the evening:

Ferguson, Mo. has been the epicenter of community unrest in the St. Louis area over the last several weeks. Anger, passion, and uncertainty fill the streets on a daily (and nightly) basis. The situation has forced the region to examine race, law enforcement and its overall structure. Suffice it to say, life in St. Louis will never be the same.

However, unrest cannot be allowed to upset the lives of the youngest among us. The Sportsmanship Brigade visited Blessed Teresa of Calcutta parish in Ferguson on Friday night for three youth volleyball games. We went looking for good sportsmanship and were not disappointed.

Fifth graders from the host Blessed Teresa, Sacred Heart of Florissant and St. Rose Philippine Duchesne displayed tremendous sportsmanship and character during their respective games. Grace of St. Rose was hit in the face with a ball from Emma of Blessed Teresa. Emma ducked under the net and hugged Grace to make sure she was OK. Grace embraced her as well letting her know there were no hard feelings.

Our community could learn a lesson or two from these kids.

We invite YOU to be your own Sportsmanship Brigade and keep your eyes and ears open for any Random Acts of Sportsmanship you see at CYC games.  RAS can be by a player, coach, official and even fans.  When you see a RAS, please drop a note to so we can recognize and reward those actions.

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