Worth a thousand words: here’s hope

From the  National Catholic Youth Conference now underway in Indianapolis.  Photo: from CNS. (See more pics here.)

A local TV report:

More than 23,000 Catholic youth are converging on Indianapolis for a gathering focused on faith, prayer and community.

The National Catholic Youth Conference is a three-day event for high schoolers with workshops and service projects covering topics ranging from chastity and bullying to using social media to share faith, RTV6’s Julie Pursley reported.

“We love doing events with our church, and we wanted to explore our faith at this convention,” said Catherine Allard, who’s visiting from Boston.

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2 responses to “Worth a thousand words: here’s hope”

  1. Come Holy Spirit, fill the hearts of our young people, and kindle in them the fire of Your love. Send forth Your Spirit and they shall be created. And You and the youth shall renew the face of the earth.

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