Schoenstatt Tampa Bay: Guiding Girls & Young Women on a Spiritual Journey

The History of the Schoenstatt Girls & Young Women Branch

The Schoenstatt Girls & Young Women branch was officially established on August 15, 1931, and found its way to the US in the late fifties. Our mission is to guide young women in becoming reflections of Mary, embodying her virtues in their daily lives.

Members of the Girls and Young Women Branch of Schoenstatt Tampa Bay, alongside Father Carlos Rojas, pose in front of the Wayside Shrine. The group, radiating enthusiasm and unity, stands together in a moment of fellowship and spiritual connection, with the shrine offering a serene and meaningful backdrop."

Our Ideal: Becoming a Holy Springtime of the Father

In the midst of a culture often focused on negativity, we aim to bring new life, hope, and strength. We strive to enliven who we are as individuals and children of God.

Members of the Girls and Young Women Branch of Schoenstatt Tampa Bay

Making Faith Our Own

Schoenstatt helps young women make their faith their own, integrating it into their everyday lives. Through the covenant of love, Mary becomes our educator, as well as our Mother and Queen.

Forming Believers for the World

Schoenstatt is a place of formation for those who will stand for what they believe, who know their beliefs, and believe in something good. Mary helps form us into who we are meant to be.

Schoenstatt Tampa Bay Girls and Young Women Branch

Get Involved With the Girls and Women Branch of Schoenstatt Tampa Bay

Join us on this journey of faith and personal growth. Contact us at to get involved.