June 19-24, 2022

Justice Outreach Project is a week’s worth of service, learning, and solidarity. Centered on the principles of Catholic Social Teaching, JOP is about engaging in meaningful, Christ-centered relationships with the Blackfeet. Focused on the needs & capabilities of young people by placing them outside their comfort zone, this extraordinarily fun and unique adventure crosses the borders of race and culture. Each day is unique, but they all include a mix of prayer, worship, work, play, and cultural immersion.

Registration Information

Registration is to be managed through the local parish/school! Please do not register without first communicating with your local youth minister/pastor and confirming an Adult Chaperone for your youth.

The local parish assumes all responsibility for its participants, including initial registration and collection of fees, appropriate adult to youth chaperone ratio (1-10), transportation to and from the event, housing arrangements, transportation, etc.

OYYAM has some staff who may serve as an Adult Chaperone for youth from communities without a youth minister. Space is limited; contact OYYAM at 406.442.5820.

Quick Info:

Dates: June 19-24, 2022
Location: Browning, MT
Cost: $350 for youth/young adult; $250 for Adults/Chaperones (Includes housing and meals for a week.)
Registration Deadline: June 10, 2022
Register here.

Handbook

Read the Handbook for all of the details about the week.

Marketing Materials

In the summer of 2018, the Office of Youth & Young Adult Ministry, through the generosity of SonLight and other donors, embarked on a mission to document, record, and share the blessing of Justice Outreach Project.

Our goal was to create a series of visually-stunning, short videos that would introduce the principles of Catholic Social Teaching through the lens of life on a Native American Reservation.

Our hope is that parishes and individuals would use these videos to both prepare their youth before they participate in J.O.P. and to use them in their own ministry programs as a way to discuss CST. To that end, we have developed an online course that incorporates other resources (e.g. scripture, the Catechism, papal & synodal documents, etc.) with these videos.

Find the entire course online here: dohyouth.teachable.com/courses/justiceoutreachproject