Chris Stefanick started off the Friday general sessions with some karaoke. Photo by Jean Ko Din

YSN covers Steubenville Toronto

  • August 7, 2015

Steubenville Toronto is Canada's largest Catholic youth conference. More than 1,500 youths will be at Roy Thomson Hall from Aug. 7-9, celebrating our God who is limitless.

Youth Speak News reporters Chanelle Robinson, Bianca Reátegui and Danielle Sequeira will be reporting live keynote speeches, workshops, worship concerts and everything in between. Stay on top of our daily coverage by following the links below.

Keep track of our social media for more news, exclusive photos and behind-the-scenes looks at Steubenville TO. Follow us on Twitter by searching for @youthspeaknews. Like us on our Facebook page at Follow The Catholic Register's Instagram, @CatholicRegister

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Read Twitter updates from the Youth Speak News reporters during the conference below:

YSN at SteubieTO Daily Wrap-up

Youth Speak News reporters will write about their first-hand experiences after each day of the Steubenville Toronto conference. Read their reflections and other Steubenville stories below.

- The future of our Church is at Steubenville, by Chanelle Robinson, Youth Speak News
- Think big, pray big, by Jean Ko Din, Youth Speak News
- Praising God unashamedly, by Bianca Reategui, Youth Speak News

Steubenville Toronto photo gallery wrap-ups:

- Day 1 Photos
- Day 2 Photos
- Day 3 Photos

Steubenville 2015 stories:

Read other Steubenville-related stories below:

- Big dreams for SteubieTO, by Jean Ko Din, The Catholic Register

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