How can we keep young people in the church?

youth conference on the campus of the University of California, Los Angeles. (CNS photo/Victor Aleman, Angelus News) 
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Our Jan. 31st guest is Ellen B. Koneck. She manages aquisitions, sales and marketing at Anselm Academic. Previously,  Ms. Koneck was the community and events manager at Commonweal and taught in the Catholic studies department at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn. We are discussing her recent article, “How modern technology helped me teach theology to uninterested college students.

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Frank Lesko
7 months 3 weeks ago

The Church at Vatican II calls for "full and active participation," but when young people show up to do just that, they find the options have narrowed to "pray, pay and obey."

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