“Catholics born after 1980 are the least likely group of religious believers to pray daily,” says Robert Feduccia, founding director of the Youth Liturgical Leadership Program.
Millennials desperate to find a place to belong, where they can be heard, be given advice, find solace and know they matter.
While the trend is young people being less religious and politically identified, millennials respond more positively to science and technology in understanding the dignity of the unborn and the struggles of women facing crisis pregnancy.
The Diocesan Pastoral Council met Nov. 5 at Sts. Peter and Paul Church in Elrosa where Bishop Donald Kettler shared troubling statistics about young people leaving the church.
WASHINGTON (CNS) — Catholics Come Home, an organization dedicated to inviting those back to the Catholic faith, has launched a new campaign meant to reach out […]