ICYM Mangalore Diocese celebrates National Youth Sunday all over the Diocese

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ICYM Mangalore Diocese celebrates National Youth Sunday all over the Diocese

Mangaluru: National Youth Commission, The Conference of Catholic Bishops of India
(C.C.B.I) observed and celebrated National Youth Sunday with the theme Youth, Faith and Vocational Discernment on Sunday 5 August 2018 across India.

To mark this auspicious celebration all the youth of Mangalore Diocese joined hands and celebrated National Youth Sunday all over the Diocese by conducting Sunday Liturgy along with activities like Vanamahotsava, Shramdhan programme, Ashram Visit, Yuvasamavesh, Water Games, Blood Donation Camps, Friendship Day Celebration, Career Guidance Programme to the youth, Free Medical Camp, Talents Day and Monsoon Food Exhibition in their respective parishes.

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  1. Diocesan youth are growing and multiplying year after year. While many of the Christian youth are leaving their homes in search of better prospects many of the young men and women stay behind and remain in their native place as long as they can. These young men and women watch the TV programs, listen to radio commentaries and read all kinds of magazines and newspapers and get familiarized with all that is going on in the rest of the world. Many of the youth are ambitious in achieving what others achieve in different parts of the world. These young men and women also come out with their own desires and share their ideas with many others for their support.

    Our young men and women therefore deserve all kinds of encouragement so that they are able to vent all their ideas and feelings and seek other’s support. This is where our Parishes are involved for their active interventions and support. Whenever there are financial contributions parents, guardians or even the Parish priests become little hesitant to come forward. This is where our young men and women get frustrated for lack of support. This is where we have to get involved and study their plans and aspirations and see how we can motivate them and fulfill their desires.

    All plans and programs generated by our youth do not have to be implemented immediately. But these plans need the basic support and assurance from all those that are responsible, so that these plans can be discussed and investigated for gradual considerations and implementations. Our youth need our basic support so that they remain satisfied and the life moves along.

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