Welcome to Youth Ministry!

Coordinator of Youth & Family Outreach and Social Justice Ministries: 
Rachel Krofcheck      (724) 531-0849

Our parish is passionate about our young people and is excited to be embarking on a new chapter of youth ministry! Our youth program, Youth Made Movement, is a multi-church, multi-cultural small group setting where teens encounter Christ and one another. We meet Monday nights from 6-7:30 at St Hilary School. Please see our upcoming events tab for meeting dates.

Our Vision Statement: 

Seeking to grow discipleship within the next-generation, OLMM Youth Ministry guides young people to relationship with God, and one another, so that they will continue to spread the love of Jesus.

Our Mission Statement:

Form Community. Engage in Service. Grow in Formation. Explore Spirituality.

Online Resources

Follow us on Instagram: youthmademovement
Check out our latest monthly newsletter:
Youth Group Meeting
Strides for Solidarity
Youth Mission Trip to Kentucky
Our Lady of Guadalupe


Upcoming Meetings:

1/22 6-7:30 PM St Hilary School
1/29 6-7:30 PM St Hilary School

Service Hours Opportunities:

2/3 8-11 AM CCD Center
Join us for another delicious pancake breakfast!

Special Events:

1/12 Silver Ring Thing 7-9 PM Seton LaSalle HS
Young people today are confronted with many images of sexuality and conflicting messages of morality through the media, internet, and society.  Yet, the Church’s teachings on love and sexuality remain constant in the following of Christ.  The Silver Ring Thing Catholic Edition is a high-tech, high-energy performance that educates teens about the benefits of pursuing the virtue of chastity, and the dangers of promiscuous behavior.  All teens and parents are invited to attend our live event on Friday, January 12th, 2018 at Seton LaSalle High School from 7:00-9pm.  With dramas, videos, special effects, and speakers, teenagers will be motivated in a unique and personal way to choose to commit to both God by remaining chaste.  Parents, join us for a special parent meeting at 7pm.  For further information, please visit:
1/19 March for Life in D.C.
The March for Life will be January 19th in Washington, D.C.. Miraculous Medal has a bus available to transport teens and other parishioners to and from the march. Please note that there will not be Mentors present as chaperones on the trip, and interested teens should make arrangements with their parents to attend. Space on the bus is limited so please call the rectory ASAP if interested (724-222-1911)