Check back in Fall 2020 for information about NCYC 2021!
The National Catholic Youth Conference is an exciting, biennial three-day experience of prayer, community, and empowerment for Catholic teenagers and their adult chaperones. The schedule includes keynote addresses, prayer, workshops, opportunities for reconciliation and Eucharistic adoration, recreational activities, concerts, exhibits, and stadium Mass. Parish and Catholic high school groups in the archdiocese register, travel and participate as part of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee delegation.
Group Leader Resources (coming soon)
Forms and Resources for Group Leaders
Parent Resouces (coming soon)
NCYC General FAQ Page
History of NCYC
NCYC began in 1983 following in the footsteps of its predecessor conference, the CYO biennial national convention. In its early days, NCYC was held regionally, one session for each coast. Combined attendance at the regional conferences was a few thousand. In 1991, the two conferences merged into one national event. In the mid 1990s interest in NCYC began to increase. Today, NCYC draws 20,000+ youth and adults for three days of catechesis, prayer, service, and recreation.