“Whisper” app lets millennials talk anonymously about their faith, with some surprising results
Here are 23 “confessions” we found that just might give you hope for the next generation.
Whether Catholic or atheist, millennials clearly love Pope Francis :
This young unbeliever felt a strong pull to the faith, and is now following God’s call – regardless of the cost:
Some outside the faith have developed a devotion to the Rosary (meanwhile, we Catholics know Our Lady always leads those who seek her to her Son) …
… while this young Catholic believer recognizes the spiritual battle being fought over us, and vows to keep doing her part:
Some use the app to reach out for support during their faith journey:
Others are just happy to be home:
Whether these young people received the gift of faith from their families as children or found it on their own as adults, they all seem to share one thing: They are grateful and proud to be part of God’s Church, and they recognize how blessed they are because of it:
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