Discussion of youth needs is underway

Discussion of youth needs is underway

You are asked to participate


The U.S. church is encouraging a large, national conversation about youth and young adult pastoral needs, and NRVC is encouraging your participation.

The project is called National Dialogue. It is a key way the U.S. church is responding to the October 2018 youth synod and the forthcoming papal exhortation on youth. (Pope Francis is expected to make public an apostolic exhortation on youth April 2.)

The vision of the National Dialogue is an energized and unified church committed to forming and engaging youth and young adults as missionary disciples. Because vocation directors have contact with seekers, inquirers, and young people curious about faith, NRVC is being invited to hold listening sessions to help the church better understand and minister to them. 

Details are at nationaldialogue.info.



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