Steubenville South

UNIFIED Lenten Mission

Sacred Heart Church in Moreauville, LA, will host a Unified evening Lenten Mission on March 27th. The evening will begin with 5:00pm Mass. All in the Avoyelles Deanery are invited to attend. Unified events are open to everyone, high-school-age thru adult. Come join us for an evening of teaching, fellowship, prayer, and song. Gabriel's Cry will offer the music. The theme is "Bring It to the Cross," and will be presented by Fr. Keith Ishmael. For more information, please see our Gabriel's Cry/Unified page.

Sun, 03/27/2011 - 5:00pm


Sacred Heart Catholic Church
9986 Bayou des Glaises St. Moreauville, LA
United States
31° 2' 14.9352" N, 91° 58' 38.8308" W

Contact Us

The Steubenville South Catholic Youth Conference is sponsored by the Diocese of Alexandria, Franciscan University of Steubenville, OH, and Franciscan University Youth Outreach.

4400 Coliseum Blvd., Alexandria, LA 71303
318-473-0539 | Fax: 318-473-0539 or 318-448-6121
centraloffice [at] steubenvillesouth [dot] com


Bring a Friend!

Bring a friend to be entered to win a special prize package!!


Evangelize to your friends by inviting them to attend this year's Steubenville South Youth Conference! When they register for the conference with your group make sure they indicate the name of the person who invited them to attend.

Share the Glory

Each year the Steubenville South Conference Office asks all of our Groups and Volunteers to help with a special outreach program. This year we will do our outreach project again with a ministry in the Diocese of Alexandria.  Our soup kitchen, Manna House, which has served a full hot meal to over a million people since it began, is open every day of the year, even on Christmas.  The service it provides to the people of the community is overwhelming to all who are a part of it.  This will be our third year doing outreach to help them.

Speakers and Schedules

Download the talks from our awesome speakers here, or search for "Steubenville South" on iTunes for talks from 2010, 2011 and 2012!

What did you think of the speakers this year?
Let us know by filling out our Steubenville South Evaluation. Also visit for their conference survey.

Conference Policies and FAQ

Registration instructions will be sent to all Group Leaders by Friday, November 18. Registration officially opens December 9. Look for updated policies, hotel listings, and forms here soon!

Please read our Policies and Procedures Booklet available here and our FAQs below to learn more about conference requirements, due dates, and registration policies.


Each year hundreds of individuals volunteer for the conference, helping in various areas. Volunteers attend FREE but must register by the deadline! See below for a listing of all volunteer areas as well as volunteer requirements.

Service Crew

Service Crew is an engaging retreat and service experience. Members provide hands-on work while still participating in conference sessions.


WHO: Service Crew is open to teens who have previously attended a Steubenville Youth Conference and are currently entering their sophomore year of high school through those graduating this spring. Service Crew Staff is open to those age 18 or older, and have graduated high school by fall 2010.

Franciscan LEAD

Franciscan L.E.A.D. is a dynamic Catholic leadership opportunity for teens who are ready to step up to the challenge of Leadership, Evangelization, And Discipleship. Be the first to watch the Franciscan LEAD promo video!

Franciscan L.E.A.D. applications are now available! Teens interested in participating in L.E.A.D. activities should request an application from their Group Leader.

Priests, Religious, Deacons, and Seminarians

Thank you to all the Priests, Religious, Deacons and Seminarians who helped make the 2012 conference a blessed weekend for the youth!

Visit our home page for talks, evaluations and news coverage of the "The Eighth Day" 2012 conference, as well as information on the 2013 conference.

All Priests attend at no cost, but must send in our Priest Registration Form. Religious, Deacons, and Seminarians attend at no cost but must be registered either with a Group or as a Volunteer.