Young Adults

King County

Connecting Deeply in a Tech-Fueled World

Thursday, October 9, 2014 | 7:00 – 9:00 pm | St. Joseph Parish Center, Mother Teresa Room

Maria Ochoa, presenting

iPhones. iPads. Facebook. Twitter.
We live in a multi-tasking culture.
We are constantly connected to something, constantly plugged in.

Within this tech-filled environment, how do we keep our relationships meaningful? How do we connecting deeply with God, others, and ourselves? Join us as we look at how technology, if used in a creative way, can enable us to have meaningful relationships. Maria L. Ochoa will lead us in a discussion about using technology as a means to an end – the end being the deep connections that are always available to us, simply waiting to be engaged.

Free will offering. For young adults in their 20s & 30s. To RSVP, visit our Facebook event or email Michaela Kearns.

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2013-2014 SEYA King County Events

Meditation: Medicine for the Soul (click for flyer)

Under My Skin (click for flyer)

Dreams, Imagination & Ignatian Contemplation (click for flyer)

No Room at the Inn? An Advent Posada (click for flyer)

Engaging Spiritual Practices (click for flyer)

Pope Francis & the Future of the Church (click for flyer)

Called to Become Ourselves (click for flyer)

Sport & Spirituality (click for flyer)


2013-2014 SEYA Pierce County Events:

Meditation: Medicine for the Soul

Nonviolent Communication (click for flyer)

Called to Become Ourselves (click for flyer)


2012-2013 SEYA King County Events:

Bowling Party (click for flyer)

Jesuits on the Frontier (click for flyer)

Meant To Be? Imagine That! (click for flyer)

Relationships and Discernment (click for flyer)

Centering Prayer (click for flyer)

Life Transitions and Tranformations (click for flyer)

Eco-Spirituality (click for flyer)

Application of the Senses (click for flyer)


2012-2013 SEYA Pierce County Events:

Wellness Spirituality (click for flyer)

For more info on SEYA events in King or Pierce County contact Emily Davis at or 206.329.4824.