Life Teen (High School)

Life Teen (High School)

The purpose of the Life Teen Program is to create an environment which leads high school teenagers into a relationship with God through spiritual, educational, emotional and social experience. The Life Teen Mass, Sunday night at 5 p.m., is centered on the Eucharist, with spirit-filled music, and is by teens for teens.  Immediately following, join us for Life Night. Refer to the newsletter below in the Documents to Download section for activities and Life Nights.


Life Nights

Who: Teens and your friends

What: A chance to grow deeper in your faith with skits, games, talks and small groups

When: Every Sunday after the Life Teen Mass until 8:00 p.m. See the table below for specific class dates.

Where: We will meet in the PAC 


Bible Study

Join us every Tuesday night from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. in the Life House for Bible fun and meet new friends! Check the calendar for Bible study nights.


Teen Confirmation

Confirmation Classes for teens, grades 9-12, are held in the Spring semester on Wednesday nights.  Teens must be registered in Life Teen and be active participants in Religious Ed this year and have been active participants in Religious Ed for at least one year prior to their Confirmation year. A class for Special Needs students will be offered. We need a copy of the Baptism certificate by December 1.

Confirmation classes are held on Wednesday evenings in the Spring semester.  A mandatory orientation for those wanting to be confirmed this school year will be Tuesday, October 16 and Wednesday, October 17, 2018 (choose one). The teen and at least one parent must attend at the same time. 

For more information on Confirmation, please contact Jill Goeters, 512-258-1944.




For more information on this or any of our programs please contact our Life Teen Coordinator, Logan Mayes, 512-258-1944 x226. We are here to assist families in the faith formation of their youth.

Documents to Download

Life Nights and Bible Study nights

Life Nights (Sundays) Bible Study (Tuesdays, 7pm)

Dates for 2018-19 will be posted soon


Life Teen Core Values

Eucharistic Spirituality

Life Teen Spirituality can best be understood through our seven Core Values. Let's start with #1, our Eucharistic Spirituality. At the Last Supper, Jesus lifted up bread and wine and proclaimed to his disciples that he was offering His Body and Blood. For over 2000 years, Catholics have continued this tradition by celebrating Mass and receiving Jesus in a unique way. We at Life Teen believe that a solid Catholic faith must be centered on the Eucharist. It is the source and summit of our faith.


They'll know we're Christians by our love. This world is consumed with hate and envy. We hope that all teenagers who show up at Life Teen at our parish will know that they're loved.


Who says Catholicism has to be boring? We believe that Jesus is a reason to be joyful and excited about life. You can guarantee that everything we do will be a good time for everyone.


People are always telling you what you're not. But at Life Teen, our core value of Affirmation reminds us that Jesus showed us a different way. We encourage one another, support one another, and pick each other up when we get knocked down. We're in this together.


Tired of wearing the masks? Tired of fake people? We are too. That's why Life Teen has made it a core value to live an authentic life. We don't pretend we're perfect. We recognize that we're all sinners and we need God. This means we're able to be honest and vulnerable with one another. We want to be REAL with one another.


We believe that every teenager deserves a chance to have a relationship with Jesus. That's why we're not content hiding in our churches hoping for people to fill our pews. We're want to boldly enter the streets and invite everyone--young and old--to grow closer to God.

Primary Vocation

Sometimes it's easy to get distracted by all the work that needs to be done in the world. That's why the adults who are involved in Life Teen are expected to keep their vocation their #1 priority. So if you're a married youth minister, take care of your family first. If you're a priest or a religious brother or sister, don't become so consumed in youth ministry that you forget God called you first to Him, and second to serving his people.