Young Adult Formation Houses

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Young Adult Formation Houses

Our office is proud to have multiple community houses as opportunities for faith formation, spiritual growth, and community living. Whether you are a working professional, student, discerning religious life or married life, there is a place for you. Please inquire about any openings!

St. Catherine of Alexandria Women’s House (ages 21-35)

catherineofalexandriaFounded in 2010, this community house is located near Broad Ripple, this house is for women who are young adult professionals or are in grad school. Contact Matt Faley to apply and get your questions answered!

Mission:  St. Catherine’s is an intentional community of young adult Catholic women striving to grow in personal holiness and supporting one another in faith and ministry.

Life in the “St. Cat’s” House includes daily prayer, weekly mass and community meals, retreats twice a year, and service to the young adult community in the Archdiocese of Indianapolis.  Residents of the house seek to emulate her strength, virtue, and fortitude knowing that with God all things are possible.

St. John Paul II Men’s House (ages 21-35)

Founded in 2012 and formerly known as the Blessed Frédéric Ozanam House, this community is located near Broad Ripple, this house is for men who are young adult professionals or are in grad school. Contact Matt Faley to apply and get your questions answered!

Mission: The St. John Paul II House is an intentional community of young adult men striving to grow in holiness while discovering their true masculinity in a life lived in Christ.

Weekly community nights, daily prayer, and retreat and service opportunities!

St. Joseph’s Farm, Men’s House (ages 21-35)

st josephFounded in 2015, this community house is located in Noblesville and is for men who are young adult professionals or are in grad school. Contact Zach Haselhorst with questions!

Mission: St. Joseph Farm is a Catholic intentional community of young adults striving for holiness within modern society by building our daily lives upon the four gospel cornerstones of prayer, service, simplicity, and community.


Blessed Mother Teresa Women’s House (IUPUI students)

Founded in 2013 and run by St. John’s Parish downtown Indy, this house is for college students currently attending IUPUI. Contact Fr. Rick Nagel for more information.

Mission: To provide a house of Catholic Community living for Student Women of IUPUI to grow in prayer, faith, service and discernment of God’s call in their lives in the model of Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta.

Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati Men’s House (IUPUI students)

pierFounded in 2010 and run by St. John’s Parish downtown Indy, this house is for college students currently attending IUPUI. Contact Fr. Rick Nagel for more information.

Mission: To provide a Catholic House for single men of the Archdiocese of Indianapolis to live in community, pray together, and continue to discern God’s call for their lives.