EEYM Budapest 2017/2018
3rd European Emmanuel Youth Meeting
Registration and cost
The registrations can only be done online. Firstly you will fill up the questionnaire and secondly we will ask you to pay the necessary amount via bank transfer.
We only take online registrations and the bank transfer is the only possible way of paying. We will not take last minute, email or registrations at spot. We cannot accept cash neither.
Registration fee wil be in two categories. Choose one that best suits you. (Ooops! Limited places in comfort option...):
- Economy (accommodation in a gym):
90 EUR for Early birds (100 EUR later)
- Comfort (accommodation in hostel -
limited number of places)
135 EUR for Early birds (155 EUR later)
Early birds deadline: until 12 November 2017
Registration closes: 6 December 2017
To complete the registration process, please make a bank transfer to the account below. It is essential that you use the following format as the reference for your payment:
"EEYM Budapest GIVEN NAME SURNAME"
(like in your registration form).
Account number (IBAN): HU26-1110-0908-1809-9926-3700-0004
In case of financial issues, let us know. :)
Please contact email@example.com
How was at EEYM Vienna?
"EEYM 2016-2017 Vienna was one of the experiences that I will never forget as long as I live.."
"One thing we understood in Vienna, is that..."
The EEYM will take place at Pázmány Péter Catholic University Faculty of Information Technology and Bionics.
We will provide accommodation for all participants in two ooptions (economy and comfort) but you can also choose to have your own.
After the 1st meeting in Brussels and 2nd meeting in Vienna we chose the Hungarian capital, which is quite accessible by all kinds of transport.
Budapest has an airport where all major airlines fly. You may also consider bus or train connection. Traveling by car won’t be a problem neither.
The program will be in English with the translations when needed.
We are happy to present great speakers who will be with us during this special time!
Kerry & Ryan from UK
Kerri Lenartowick and Ryan Day have been married since August 2016.
Kerri moved to the UK from Dallas, Texas, where she had been teaching theology at the University of Dallas. Previous to that, she lived and studied theology in Rome, Italy.
Ryan also studied theology in Rome, after taking a degree in history from Cambridge. He now works for ADF International in London.
Together they enjoy speaking to young people about theological anthropology and the human vocation to friendship.
Fr. Marc Timmermans from Netherlands
Fr. Marc Timmermans, Dutch priest for 27 years and a member of the Emmanuel community for 35 years.
PhD in Theology, he teaches Moral Theology and Anthropology at the Jesuit Theological Faculty of Brussels (IET) and the Diocesan Seminary of Den Bosch (NL).
Fr. Marc loves football and music. He’s the singer and a founding member of the Emmanuel Priestband, a Rock band of Priests.