Young Adults


Are you a young adult looking for information about consecrated life or need some guidance as you make life choices and discern God’s call in your life? We are here for you!
CAVA provides opportunities to deepen your understanding of consecrated life and the option to choose a life as a Brother, Sister, priest, or other forms of consecrated life.
CAVA also works collaboratively with other groups to assist in supporting young adults grow in their relationship with God and to answer God’s call to missionary discipleship.
Contact us to let us know how we can help or partner with you!
or call: 312-534-5240


 For Young Adults Events and Opportunities visit our Discernment Opportunities page


Young Adult Ministry – Archdiocese of Chicago:

Young Adult Ministry is the outreach service of the Catholic Community in the Archdiocese of Chicago to women and men in their twenties and thirties, married and single.

Young Adult Ministry tries to put people in contact with other people and programs that respond to their needs. There are young adults coming together to have a good time and just be social. There are people coming together in communities to celebrate life or to dialog with one another and reflect on what is important. There are young adults involved in programs of service to the more needy in our society.Young Adult Ministry is our job and our joy. What can we do for you? Can we be of help? Can we put you in contact with other very fine young adults? If there is any way we can be of assistance to you, please LET US KNOW.

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Young Adult Ministry – Archdiocese of Chicago


Catholics On Call:

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Catholics on Call supports Catholic young adults (ages 18-30) as they strive to discover God’s call in their lives, and explore the possibility of a life of service in the Church.

A national vocation discovery program of the Bernardin Center at Catholic Theological Union, Catholics on Call is dedicated to helping young adults from diverse backgrounds explore a call to ministry in the Church and to learn about leadership roles as lay ecclesial ministers, men or women religious, or ministry as ordained deacons or priests.



Chicago Priest:

To discern a vocation as a Diocesan priest visit:


“God has a special plan for your life and wants you to have support in discovering that plan. Call me for information and guidance in the desire you feel toward priesthood. Practical help makes the practice of listening to God easier. It takes courage to make that first call, and you will appreciate that you did.”