CYO


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CYO

abbr.
Catholic Youth Organization

CYO

Catholic Youth Organization.
Translations

CYO

[ˌsiːwaɪˈəʊ] n abbr (US) (=Catholic Youth Organization) → JC f
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In the end, I was not permitted onto the CYO team, playing instead for the local JCC, but I spent a great deal of time around the religious rituals of the Lyons and Mulligan families, everything from Sunday suppers after Mass to the wakes and funerals for Jimmy's father and Tim's older brother.
Out of his own admitted failures in working with Catholic youth using the established CYO catechism-recreation program, McKillop invested himself heavily in researching youth ministry.
Despite the conflict created by the Vatican's official position, Brian Cahill, executive director of Catholic Charities CYO, says his organization would place children with same-sex couples even if it were exempt from the law because "it's the right thing to do.
He also sat on the Executive Board of both the CYO and the ABC.
McCloskey is Basketball Coach for Dayton CYO, and a Research Associate at Klein Associates.
CYO is the team's largest shareholder, with a 35% to 40% ownership stake.
All three run with a CYO track team in Dayton, Ohio.
They played sports at the CYO and in the Catholic League.
Graham Nash will perform with the 115-member CYO and 65-member Chorus filled with musicians ages 14-18 from 64 school districts throughout Ohio.
A full lineup of champions was honored at the 74th CYO Club of Champions Tribute and Dinner on aboard the Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum.