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Youth

Youth decide to bring Christ to the only mission diocese in the US

Supported by a ministry of Franciscan University, these young people say living and evangelizing should be synonymous

5 Ways the Catholic Church has changed the world

Word on Fire's recent man-on-the-street interviews demonstrate that young adults need to study Church history.

Francis concludes synod with 3 points to learn from Jesus and Bartimaeus

"The faith that saved Bartimaeus did not have to do with his having clear ideas about God, but in his seeking him and longing to encounter him."

John Paul II’s challenging words to young people

"This is no time to be ashamed of the Gospel. It is the time to preach it from the rooftops."

Minnesota Mass and winter coat drive draws 12,000 students

The theme of the event was "putting faith into action."

7 Holy teenagers who passionately followed Jesus Christ

They remain perfect examples for young people in today's world.

Aussie youths’ main preoccupation surprises Sydney archbishop

"I never would have guessed this was the first issue on their mind."

The October 2018 synod on the youth, in numbers

25 days of work, 267 synod fathers, and more ...

Do you know all the holy youth who are patrons of the synod?

Some are canonized and others not, but each lived an impressive life.

Synod video: What do young people want from the Church?

A new video series on the upcoming synod reveals how the Church can reach out to young people.

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