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In light of faith: Let your voice be heard!

(A series of columns focused on and written by millennials and young adults) By Patrick Laorden Catholic News Service “Make your voice heard; let it resonate in communities and let it be heard by your shepherd of souls,” proclaims Pope … Continue reading

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In light of faith: Attending Mass led to my conversion to Catholicism

(A series of columns focused on and written by millennials and young adults) By Christopher White Catholic News Service Blessed Cardinal John Henry Newman once wrote that “to be deep in history is to cease to be Protestant.” Cardinal Newman, … Continue reading

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In light of faith: Keeping cradle Catholics in the church

(A series of columns focused on and written by millennials and young adults) By Elise Italiano Catholic News Service In his book “The Four Loves,” C.S. Lewis writes, “The typical expression of opening friendship would be something like, ‘What? You … Continue reading

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In light of faith: Church asks young people for ideas

(A new series of columns focused on and written by millennials and young adults) By Elise Italiano and Christopher White Catholic News Service Fifty years ago, it might have seemed like an unlikely event: The head of the Catholic Church … Continue reading

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