Young Voices: The inaugural Be the Light Institute is a program that fills a gap where young people can ask questions about God and the meaning and purpose of their lives together.
Young Voices: This letter is not meant to sway you to favor one candidate over another or move you to understanding one platform more deeply than another.
Young Voices: After last week's tragedies, contending with systemic racism is crucial, but our systems are a collective reflection of who we are as individuals.
Young Voices: This Sunday's Gospel, the story of the Good Samaritan, is all too familiar to us, but we must be careful not to confuse familiarity with presumptive knowledge.
Young Voices: My career as a lay minister thus far has been life-giving, but there has also been a tug to ordination that I have suppressed since I was a girl.
Young Voices: If the sex abuse crisis is to end, we adults must ensure that every bishop who puts a child at risk is held accountable.
Young Voices: My first official Father's Day is a good time to revisit our wedding Mass readings and see what they mean to me now.
Young Voices: I think the viciousness of the 2016 general election provides us with an opportunity to improve our kindness.
Young Voices: As I share the "road" with all the members of our church, I begin to wonder just how we can continue to build God's kin-dom of love and justice.
Young Voices: My hobby of studying online maps piqued my global interest, and a multicultural parish celebration last Saturday incarnated that interest.