Lifeteen Leadership Ignites Spirits

Cheerful melodies of instruments and songs of praise are just one example of the many strengths from a few young leaders who participated in the Lifeteen Leadership Program hosted at Benedictine College.

Over 520 young leaders from different parishes all over the country participated in Lifeteen, a Catholic leadership program that allows young men and women to strengthen their spirituality and their relationship with God. 

The program gives youth an opportunity to study scripture, church history, and educate students about vocations.

Father Chris Martin, Vocation Director of the Archdiocese of St.Louis and a Board Member for Lifeteen, expresses his thoughts of how Lifeteen benefits the Atchison Community.

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Mark Hart, an Executive Vice President for Lifeteen from Phoenix, shares his view how Lifeteen helps Benedictine College and why these young leaders are important. 

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Students participating in Lifeteen were handpicked from there parish to attend the weeklong event or advised to fill out a simple application process.

Lifeteen began on Monday and came to a close today after 10:15 Mass.

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