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Welcome to Conquest Milton

Conquest - Main Activities

  1. Catholic-oriented spiritual guidance and sports.

  2. Youth Leadership development.

  3. Apostolic Missions in our community.

  4. Special Programs throughout the School Year are held when permissible such as:

    • Conquest Barbeque

    • Christmas Potluck and activities

    • Bowling Night - Father and Son event

    • Moms Quest - A Family gathering for Mother's day.

    • Dads Quest - Dad's night out to celebrate Father's day

    • Conquest Olympics

    • Camp Brebeuf - Rockwood, Ont.

Note : Conquest Milton - 2021-2022 meetings resume again from 24th September weekly on Fridays @7:00 pm at St. Peter Catholic Elementary School, 137 Dixon Drive, Milton, Ontario, L9T 5P7.

Father & Son Group Activities

LC Priests - Our spiritual mentors

All participants are requested to observe Halton Catholic District Board and Ontario Provincial COVID-19 protocols when at St. Peter. Link - https://www.hcdsb.org/return-to-school/maintaining-safe-healthy-schools/extracurricular/

About Conquest the Program

Conquest is a National network of Catholic Leadership Programs, Clubs, and Camps for boys and young men 5 - 18 years of age that helps young boys in developing their friendship with Christ, and relationships with those around them. Conquest tries to teach boys how to follow Christ’s example and live authentic Christian virtues such as friendship, sincerity, obedience, generosity, purity, charity, hope, joy, faith, and perseverance.


Conquest is also a Leadership Program that trains boys to become self-disciplined and confident young men, Catholic leaders who possess moral integrity and are committed to improving the communities in which they live. Another important element of Conquest is for the boys to build a strong bond with their Fathers as their trusted mentors in their formation years.

Conquest Milton - Purpose :

To produce mature young men who live their Catholic life authentically while developing a deep personal relationship with Jesus Christ, their brother, and friend.

Recognizing the obstacles and false ideals that youth encounter in today's culture, Conquest empowers boys to face and overcome these difficulties rather than ignore and succumb to them.

Conquest organizes exciting adventures and challenges; through these experiences, boys learn that human and spiritual development can go hand-in-hand with many of their favorite activities. Conquest, through its athletic, educational, and creative programs, provides a wholesome atmosphere in which boys naturally develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, their brother, and friend. This bond will awaken in each boy a desire to serve as His apostle; it will motivate him to serve Church, home, community, and school. In short, the program is designed to produce mature young men who live their Catholic life authentically.

Conquest Milton - Some History

The Conquest Program in Milton, ON has been operational since 2006 and now runs at St. Peter Elementary School Gym in Milton every Friday 7:00 to 9:00 pm. We currently have about 35 member boys in the age group 5 to 18 years who attend our weekly meetings from Milton, Mississauga, and Oakville.

Conquest Milton services the Parishes of Holy Rosary Church and St. Benedict Church with the strong support of our Priests and the Halton Catholic District School Board.

How we operate and youth leadership

We are an affiliate of Conquest Clubs and operate as a "not-for-profit" club. Conquest Milton is run by Volunteer Dads in collaboration with the active support of Conquest families who are members of the club. The club is financially independent and is a non-profit with funds coming from yearly membership fees that help in its Operations and Programs.


The club programs are delivered by our Youth Leaders (Boys in Grade 8 to 12) who run the Friday weekly sessions with spiritual mentorship provided by the Priests from the Legionaries Of Christ (LC Priests). Many of the LC Priests also deliver mass at Holy Rosary and St. Benedict Parishes in Milton and actively work in our communities.


Parents are invited weekly during regular meetings to participate in a social conversation with free coffee and biscuits provided to develop friendships while also encouraging them to actively participate in the Club.

Camps and Retreats