Millennial thinking

As a member of the so-called millennial generation myself, I’m always interested to hear the thoughts of my contemporaries on issues of faith and culture. A new e-journal, Millennial, offers an online home to Catholic writers in their 20s and 30s to explore a vast array of topics, including politics, inspiration, and living out faith in today’s world.

The journal recently published a best of column, looking back at its first four months and highlighting popular posts. Check it out here.

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