At the heart of our programs is the Coach! Every coach has an amazing opportunity to make a difference in the lives of young people. The coach is a teacher of values, skills and life’s lessons. Being a coach is a privilege, a challenge and a responsibility. It is an invitation to serve God and God’s children!

The role of the coach begins by helping young people grow and develop from an inexperienced athlete into tomorrow’s leaders. You accomplish this by modeling Christ-like behaviors as you share experiences with your athletes, patiently teaching skills to all levels of athletes, and treating players with Dignity. Your coaching style, philosophy and personal qualities are instrumental toward helping young people be more Christ-like in they way they live. Your positive guidance can make a difference in their lives.

Every head coach, assistant coaches and player along with their family should attend the mass designated especially for their team. Players should wear their jersey top with pants (blue jeans are ok, NO cleats). Coaches are also encouraged to wear their coaches jersey. Pews at the front of the church will be reserved so that teams can sit together.  

Coaches please have your Team Ministers coordinate with all the parents to make sure your players attend their assigned CYO Mass.  Thank you for supporting this ministry!

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