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Words of hope to inspire your life (VIDEO)

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Students at Benedictine College want to inspire other young people with this video featuring Pope John Paul II.

What gets you out of bed in the morning? What motivates you to move forward? What do you think about at night before you fall asleep? What life are you building for yourself, your loved ones, your family?

The biggest questions in life are also the scariest to confront. What if we ask the question and no one answers?

That’s when we need hope. That’s when we need our lives to be filled to overflowing with hope to propel us forward each day and to settle our hearts in peace at night.

A new student group at Benedictine College is seeking to inspire young people with hope in order to pursue lives of greatness by reflecting on the wisdom of Pope John Paul II, and their new video is sure to inspire you, too.

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