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Young Voices: Being a witness to God's presence in the world requires a continual openness to amazement and possibility that, quite frankly, demands real work and presence.
A Vatican-hosted conference of young people meant to advise Catholic bishops on the needs of youth today has acknowledged that some in their generation want the church to change teachings on issues such as same-sex marriage and use of contraception.
Distinctly Catholic: Bishop Robert Barron's approach, sharp with criticisms of the ambient culture, many of those criticisms warranted — has this worked in the past 40 years?
Several young people attending a Vatican-sponsored seminar urged the bishops to be open to listening to youths talk and ask questions about love, sex and sexuality.