— MATTHEW 7:7
Can you sense it? It’s the hunger you feel, right to your soul. It’s the desire written inside you, driving you forward. It’s a longing for something greater, something deeper, something more.
Every human heart is seeking the same thing—but you won’t find it in a steady job, internet fame, a sweet ride or even a Nobel Prize. Only one thing in life will satisfy the longing inside you. To find it, you must seek Him.
This February 4 – 6, join us for SEEK22 to encounter the Source of all your heart’s desires and find the true place of the Gospel in your everyday life.
Gather with fellow students on your campus to dive deeper into the Gospel and discover how to answer Jesus’ call to relationship and discipleship.
Come together with your parish to explore how Jesus is calling you to live as witnesses to the Gospel in your parish and wider community.
Build your own small group of friends, family, Bible study members, etc. and experience a new dimension of Gospel living and missionary discipleship in your family, workplace, and beyond.
Sr. Bethany had a profound encounter with the Lord, which drew her heart toward the vulnerable unborn and their mothers. She entered the Sisters of Life in 2007 and is passionate about sharing the message of life and love.Read Full Bio
No matter where we are, Jesus is always calling us to something more, something beyond ourselves. We’re bringing together speakers, leaders, and experts—familiar faces and new voices—to walk through the Gospel with us and see how the Lord is calling His Church to draw close and follow Him.
As an event centered on the crux of the Gospel, the heart of SEEK will feature prayer, adoration, Scripture and the sacraments. You can also expect plenty of opportunities to have fun with friends, be encouraged by speakers and find your next adventure through our awesome sponsors.
February 4 – 6
FOCUS is a Catholic apostolate whose mission is to share the hope and joy of the Gospel with the world. FOCUS missionaries encounter people in friendship, invite them into a personal relationship with Christ and accompany them as they pursue lives of virtue and excellence.