You were Made For Mission


You put your name down to receive special perks at SLS20, taking place this upcoming January in Phoenix, Arizona. The moment has come. Registration is now OPEN — so you can claim your perks!

  1. ONE FREE SET of SLS20 speaker talks (digital recording)

  2. PRIORITY ENTRANCE to headlining entertainment

You must register before 11:59 p.m. PT on Friday, August 23 to claim these perks. A $50 deposit is all it takes to reserve your free conference talk set and first-dibs seats at SLS20 entertainment!

For those who signed up with their email address on Register using the same email address you filled in to sign up for the perks.

For those who signed up via text message at SEEK2019: Register with the same phone number you used to text at SEEK.


Each SLS20 registration includes the following:

  • Entrance to all conference sessions and keynotes

  • Complimentary lunch for each full day of the conference

  • Opportunities for Mass, the sacraments and adoration with thousands of fellow attendees

  • A chance to explore unique service/vocation opportunities presented by sponsors

  • A seat at all evening concerts and entertainment

  • Access to exclusive resources and materials, including the SLS20 app

Whether you’re on campus, in the parish or serving in campus ministry, there’s something for everyone at SLS. Choose your track to get started.

Collegiate Track

Spend time with other students and learn the basics of sharing your testimony, walking alongside others in their faith journey and living out the truth of Christ on campus.

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Making Missionary Disciples Track

Meet fellow Catholics from across the country and receive the encouragement, vision and tools you need to live as a missionary disciple in your family, at the workplace, in the parish and in your home community.

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Campus Ministry

Connect with other campus chaplains and ministers to go deeper into the issues relevant to college students, and explore strategies for strengthening your ministry and developing a community of missionary discipleship at your campus.

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