ReCreation binds our community together. Through diocesan, convocational, and intergenerational events we become more aware of our call to be one Church, one people united and made whole through faith.
Mission trips are one of the most impactful opportunities for a young person to take. They enable us to practice our calling as Christians, to go out in the world proclaiming the name of Jesus and to love our neighbors. The memories will last a lifetime along with the lessons learned from the experience. This year, the Cathedral youth have three mission trips.
The Fifth-Grade Mission Trip will be held in Houston from June 15–17. Current fifth graders and high-school leaders will work with the homeless and with nonprofit organizations around Houston. Get to know your hometown in a completely new way! Finish the mission trip with an adventure to Schlitterbahn in Galveston. The cost is $199.
The Middle School Missionpalooza is in Oklahoma City from July 20–25 for current grades 6–8. We will help with reconstruction after the region’s devastating 2013 tornadoes. The cost is $399.
The High School Mission Trip will head to Boston from June 20–27. Current high school students will explore the historic town while serving different ministry sites throughout the city. The cost is $1,399.
Download the Boston Mission Trip Packet (PDF)
The Giving Tree, which is our annual fundraising opportunity to help financially support students in their mission, will be April 27 and May 11, 18 and 25 in the cloister. This allows us to support youth who would otherwise not be able to go due to monetary constraints. We need volunteers to help at the Giving Tree. Contact Jeremy Bradley at 713-217-1349.
Remember, friends are always welcome to come along on these trips and scholarships are available for those needing assistance.