What is EMMAUS?

     EMMAUS (Embracing Many Minds, All United in Solidarity) is a holistic leadership program that equips Milwaukee high school students with tools such as gift identification, goal setting and decision-making skills, and confidence building strategies as they discover and create their paths for the future. High school participants will discover their gifts and passions and, through self-reflection and group discussion, begin the process of discerning their vocations.

     As the programís facilitators, Marquette University students serve as mentors and share with the high school students their own stories and experiences with discernment. During the fall semester, Marquette students will gather on campus several times for brief meetings or training sessions on the central themes of EMMAUS. They will then facilitate three evening workshops for high school students, which will be held at Casa Romero in the spring.

Goals of EMMAUS

Apply online now, to be a EMMAUS facilitator. Applications will be accepted until Friday October 5 at 4:30 pm

For more information contact:

Lisa Cathelyn
Marquette EMMAUS Coordinator


Colleen Rooney
Youth Programs Coordinator at Casa Romero

Casa Romero Renewal Center is an urban, bilingual, spirituality center whose mission is to form and renew individuals, strengthen families, and build community in the Ignatian tradition.


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