Young Voices: My senior year of high school, I experienced a significant holy disruption to the bubble of white privilege in which I lived.
Young Voices: If bishops want to help the Vatican understand why young adults are leaving the church, they can start by looking at the research on Catholics who have left.
Young Voices: I wonder how the country might change if we Christians doubled down on our Lenten observance this year, inspired by the radical love poured out on the cross.
Young Voices: We are made to be connected to one another. When we forget that, we destroy a part of our selves.
Young Voices: The thread that ties my heroes together is their persistence. There is something that gets me about people who refuse to give up, even in the most ridiculous circumstances.
Young Voices: I believe in a world where all people are free. I cannot be better than my brother or sister; my good is their good, and that is the Common Good.
Young Voices: Strange times make for strange bedfellows, and there is nothing quite so strange as finding oneself taking comfort in the arms of Glenn Beck.
Young Voices: I am empowered to let the death of the past overcome me so that the newness of resurrection can jar me out of the resentment, pain and suffering of what could have been.
Young Voices: Sr. Julia Walsh, a young Franciscan Sister of Perpetual Adoration, is a Horizons columnist for Global Sisters Report. Amid doubts about her vocation, one day, she received God's grace.
Young Voices: The struggle for women's right to vote in civil politics is over, but the struggle for a woman's voice in church polity is still alive.