Welcome to the Marist Young Adult Program. We offer online and in person opportunities for young adults to explore their Christian faith. We invite you to explore this site to find out more about us and about our spiritual, social and service activities.


The Campaign

On October 28, 1817, Marcellin Champagnat met a dying young man named Jean-Baptiste Montagne who was ignorant of his faith. Moved by this experience, Marcellin knew that he could no longer keep calm; he resolved to found the Marist Brothers to evangelize the young, especially the most neglected. In that spirit, the MYA Program launched its campaign, “I Can’t Keep Calm, I’m Marist,” to tell the Montagne story, to challenge others to respond to events which disturb them, and to raise funds for Educate for Change – a non-profit organization that provides educational opportunities to impoverished secondary school students in Gulu, Uganda.

MYA Blog

  • College Years: Your Path; the Only Path: By: Kevin Macalos When you begin to go further into your major, you begin to realize that you seem to be going a different direction then all your friends. After countless hearing of friends doing internships, and jobs, I always felt that I was a little behind from everyone else, but was I really? College is a journey that is different from everyone. Each and … Read more
  • College Years: Bad Influence: “Good people do not need laws to tell them to act responsibly, while bad people will find a way around the laws” -Plato You may realize during your first year as a college student that you are going to meet a diverse group of students; people from different age, background, principals, etc.. It isn’t always a bad thing; however, you are eventually going to meet … Read more
  • College Years: Looking Back with a Little Reflection: As I was looking over my calendar the other day, I just realized that it already the first week of July! THAT’S CRAZY! It’s funny how fast time goes by doesn’t it? In the back of my mind, I’ve been saying cliche phrases like “It feel like it was only January” or “time flies by so fast”. I don’t know how it happened, but it … Read more