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.
In approaching prospective new customers, Elliott found that mailing the fixed-series brochure first actually lowered total response rates 48 percent, and that starting with the CYO offer significantly outperformed all other offer streams.
Y, had just finished building a spraypark that would be available to summer camps and special needs programs, but was not allowed to open due in the regulations, said Tony Napolitano, consultant for the CYO.
But Catholic Charities CYO, which serves the Northern California counties of San Francisco, San Mateo, and Marin, has placed three children out of 136 with same-sex couples since 2000.
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.