The National Catholic Singles Conference (NCSC) was created to give single Catholics the opportunity to meet other like-minded singles and learn more about and share their Faith. Talks by dynamic speakers, time for prayer, and various social opportunities provide a great balance of inspiration and fun!
Over the last 13 years, since February 2005, over 4,000 singles have participated in conferences in Denver, Chicago, San Diego, Philadelphia, Clearwater Beach, San Antonio, Atlanta, Dallas, and this past year in both Pittsburgh and Phoenix! Come join us for NCSC 2018 in Minneapolis/St. Paul!
Glory to Jesus Christ! Glory Forever!
Here is a bit of background on the National Catholic Singles Conference.
What Inspired The Conference
I made the decision to organize the first conference in the summer of 2004, after hearing Mary Beth Bonacci speak on the Theology of the Body and singles. In the meantime, a friend of mine had been urging me to organize a conference especially for singles. With the help of another friend, I held the first National Catholic Singles Conference (NCSC) in February of 2005 in the Archdiocese of Denver. Being the first one of its kind, I had no idea how many people would come. But it was a hit! Before the weekend was over, I was being asked when the next conference would take place. And here we are, 8 states, 17 conferences, and over 4,000 attendees later!
The NCSC Experience
It has been a great joy to meet so many new friends at the NCSC throughout the years and to work with so many fantastic volunteers in various states. It’s always inspiring to hear about new connections made – including several marriages!
It is my hope that every year we all come away from the conference encouraged in our faith and our walk with Christ, inspired to give ourselves during this single time in service to others, better connected to our fellow brothers and sisters, and hopefully, more prepared for the vocation or mission to which God has called us!
How You Can Help
Together we can make the National Catholic Singles Conference an even better event that touches even more lives! I still need volunteers to help with local and regional promotion of the conference, wherever it happens to be, as well as to help with various logistical aspects.
If you want to bring the NCSC to your area and have a team of friends who want to volunteer with you, please let me know!
Please join me this year in the Twin Cities! And in the meantime, I ask for your prayers as I continue to strive to make the best decisions for the NCSC and follow the Lord’s call in my own life.
Founder and Director of NCSC