We're just not that into you

By Renée M. LaReau| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Young Adults
Why aren't more young adults making it to Mass? We went straight to the source for answers. Their reasons, they say, range from a crowded calendar to disenchantment with the church to just prefering to stay in with the Sunday paper.

 

WHEN MOLLY MATTESICH SERVED as a Peace Corps volunteer two years ago in the West African nation of Mali, she relied on audio tapes of Sunday Mass to stay connected to her Catholic faith during her two-year tenure in the predominantly Muslim nation.


We're just not that into you

By Renée M. LaReau| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Young Adults
Why aren't more young adults making it to Mass? We went straight to the source for answers. Their reasons, they say, range from a crowded calendar to disenchantment with the church to just prefering to stay in with the Sunday paper.

 

WHEN MOLLY MATTESICH SERVED as a Peace Corps volunteer two years ago in the West African nation of Mali, she relied on audio tapes of Sunday Mass to stay connected to her Catholic faith during her two-year tenure in the predominantly Muslim nation.


A Betrothal proposal

By Michael G. Lawler and Gail S. Risch| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Marriage and Family Young Adults
Are cohabiting Catholics always "living in sin"?

Two respected family ministry researchers argue "no" and suggest the recovery of an ancient ritual for those moving toward marriage. 


Generation why?

By Christopher Ringwald| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Young Adults

Here's the good news from the land of Catholic teenagers: They want more. They want more religious knowledge, more connection with Jesus, and more direction and opportunity to live their faith in the parish and the world. And here's the bad news: They don't always get that.

 


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