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2024 NCYC

November 14 - November 16

NCYC (National Catholic Youth Conference) is a powerfully unique three-day experience of prayer, community, evangelization, catechesis, service, and empowerment for Catholic teenagers (of high school age) and their adult chaperones.

NCYC is the premiere Catholic youth event nationally that gathers people from all across America for a life-changing encounter with Christ.


NCYC: El Camino | The Way will be held November 14-16, 2024, at the Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center in Long Beach, CA.

NCYC is a pilgrimage, a transformative journey where young people can explore their faith, make choices aligned with their beliefs, and find support in the shared experience of fellow participants. In embracing “El Camino | The Way,” NCYC becomes more than a conference; it becomes a spiritual pilgrimage where young Catholics can feel the presence of God, be empowered to be missionary disciples and be inspired to walk confidently on the path illuminated by divine guidance. 


November 14
November 16
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(202) 636-3825
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Long Beach Convention Center
300 E Ocean Blvd
Long Beach, CA 90802 United States
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(562) 436-3636
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Yazmín Maní Malone

Pastoral Juvenil Hispana Coordinator,
Diocese of Austin

Diocesan Member

"NFCYM has accompanied me in reaching out to like minded professionals to better provide service (ministry) to adolescents. NFCYM has allowed me to network and grow professionally.

'Youth as Protagonists' has been essential to Pastoral Juvenil Hispana in the Diocese of Austin."

Eva P. Delgado

Youth Minister, St. Christopher Church

Associate Member

"The various resources have helped me keep our program exciting and vibrant. NFCYM has provided me with shared information via webinars, workshops, conferences, outreach, and opportunities that are very informative to help make my ministry successful.

NFCYM is an open forum for me to seek material, guidance and support in keeping the youth ministry program successful."