Steubenville Youth Conference

Spiritual Renewal for Youth

Living as an authentic Catholic Christian is far from the norm. We often get discouraged or easily dismissed if we even hint at being religious. Steubenville pilgrimages offer an opportunity to reignite your love for Christ through an encounter with with Him that can be tiring and difficult. He wants to see you. He wants to BE with you. In turn, He asks you to return home enlivened to know, love, and serve Him in your homes, schools, parishes, and diocese.

We invite you to be among the scores of teens from the Diocese of Green Bay and the tens of thousands teens who attend the annual summer Youth Conferences sponsored by Franciscan University of Steubenville. 


Steubenville Mid-America

Summer Conference

in St. Louis, MO


Date: July 19-25, 2017


Wednesday night through Tuesday night


$570 (includes everything but 6 meals)



2 spot left!

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Join the high school leadership team! 


Steubenville North

Summer Conference

in St. Paul, Minnesota


Date: July 28-30, 2017


Friday night through Sunday night


($100 non-refundable deposit is due
with the liability form)



Register Now!

How to Register

If you have a parish group organizer, please give your forms and money to him/her. If you are an individual, please mail your form and $100 deposit made out to the "Diocese of Green Bay" to 1825 Riverside Dr, Green Bay, WI 54305 by Christmas. 


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Questions about the Steubenville Youth Conference?
Please direct inquiries to your local parish leader in religious education or youth ministry.

Parish leaders can direct questions to: 
Maria Schuette | Religious Education/Youth Ministry Director
(920) 272-8285
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Steubenville Youth Conference Website


"God is inviting you into the greatest friendship you could ever imagine and it too is a relationship that calls for faithfulness. Being faithful to God means being with Him (especially through prayer) in good times and bad, refusing to talk negatively about Him, never leaving His side, never trading Him in or forgetting Him even when some desirable temptation comes along."

 - Fr. Rick Martignetti, OFM -