NCYC 2022: Walking on Water

NCYC 2022

The NCYC 2022 theme was Walking on Water, inspired by the story of Jesus calling Peter to come out onto the water despite being in the eye of a storm (Matt 14:29). Teens have experienced a feeling of sinking causing a weakening of faith throughout the past few years.

NCYC 2022 was an invitation to step out in faith and trust our Lord.

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Pope's Message to Young People Shown at NCYC

“Sean alegres, que no pierdan la alegria… Be joyful, and don’t lose that joy.” -Pope Francis

During NCYC 2022, the National Youth Advisory Council (NYAC) shared Pope Francis’ message to the youth of the United States.

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Look back at the best moments of NCYC 2022: Walking on Water in Long Beach, California.

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2023 Host

Mari Pablo

Mari Pablo is a proud Hispanic and cradle Catholic whose life was wrecked in the best possible way when she finally decided to stop fighting and surrender it all to Him. Mari has joyfully worked in youth ministry for over fifteen years, both as a youth minister and theology teacher, and as a presenter for Ascension Press. Mari has a deep love for food but an even greater love for Christ and is dedicated to helping others encounter Him.

2023 Host

Sr. Josephine Garrett, CSFN

Sister Josephine is a native Texan, raised baptist in Houston Texas. Jesus called her to religious life in 2011 and in 2020 Sister made her final vows as a Sister of the Holy Family of Nazareth. She ministers as a licensed mental health counselor, and also serves on the community vocations team and as a national speaker.