'Youth 2000' seeks to draw young people into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, lived at the heart of the Catholic church. It does this primarily through weekend prayer festivals, where young people are introduced to the essentials of the Catholic faith: Mass, Eucharistic Adoration, confession, scripture, and devotion to Our Lady. These festivals are opportunities for young people to experience the love of God and, uniquely, they are run entirely by young people, for young people.
'FOCUS' (Fellowship of Catholic Students) is a Catholic collegiate outreach whose mission is to share the hope and joy of the Gospel with college and university students. They are the fastest growing outreach project in America and have great resources for both students and missionaries alike.
'APS' stands for 'Alliance of Pro-Life Students' and is run for students by current students and recent graduates. "Our unique mission is to build university pro-life communities in England, Scotland and Wales that have a lasting and profound respect for human life from fertilisation to natural death. We do this by building, supporting and connecting student pro-life societies."
'APS' runs training events throughout the year, believing that students are essential to the pro-life movement.
'CMA' stands for 'The Catholic Medical Association' and if you're a Catholic medical student, this group is for you!
'The Catholic Medical Association UK' is a registered charity for all Catholic healthcare professionals and healthcare students. As the world of healthcare moves into increasingly murky areas, this network continues to provide support and a forum for the much needed conversation for medical professionals withCatholic beliefs.
The Society of St Vincent De Paul (England and Wales) was established in 1833 by a 20 year-old university student, Blessed Frederic Ozanam. It runs groups for university students and for young adults, and its aim is to tackle poverty in all its forms with a spirituality of accompaniment.