Synod on Young Adults

Pope Francis prepares to take a photo with young people at a presynod gathering of youth delegates in Rome March 19.  (CNS photo/Paul Haring) 
The document outlines the church’s need to listen to young people, to help guide them in the faith and to identify pastoral paths to accompany them.
Jim McDermott May 24, 2018
Among both listeners and staff, one can find those who were born and raised in the United States or moved here at a young age and those who are new to the country; those who have papers and those who do not or whose parents do not.
The theologians said a synodal attitude and way of being church flowed naturally from the Second Vatican Council's description of the church as a communion and its emphasis on the responsibility of all Catholics for the church's life and mission, although each person has been given different gifts
Michael J. O’Loughlin April 06, 2018
Many described technology as something of a necessary evil.
Katie Prejean McGrady March 29, 2018
Pope Francis and the bishops truly want to understand what is driving young people today—that could challenge all of us.
"Finally, the church in Rome has decided to give us a platform," Nneji said.