Ask a Priest Library Youth Ministry Diocese Event Calendar Latest Groups Xt3 TV

Articles for Youth Ministry

Search in Articles for Youth Ministry :
Music for Your Soul: Joe Zambon Music Review
Last edited 30th July 2014

Loading up your summer playlists? Hungry for some solid, new music? Fret no more! I have something just for you. Allow me to introduce you to Catholic acoustic artist, Joe Zambon.


Calm in the Storm? Living with Anxiety
Last edited 30th July 2014

For those of you who experience anxiety, you are not alone. Anxiety is the most commonly diagnosed mental health issue. In the midst of anxiety or a panic attack it may feel like no one can understand what you are experiencing or that you are alone. Have great confidence that there are many others who have experienced what you are going through, there is help, and there is even hope.

……


Addicted to Birth Control
Last edited 29th July 2014

I have had medical issues with my cycles since they started at the age of 12. For a year I was too embarrassed to tell my mom, or anyone outside of my journal, that just about everything was wrong with them. You name it; I probably experienced it.


Gender Gaps in College Linked to Divorce Rates
Last edited 23rd July 2014

While research has told us that the prevalence of divorce in our society can account for the gender gap within higher education, a recent article in The Huffington Post sheds more light on what the exact causal relation might be. It may not just be the possibility of divorce, itself, that has such an impact on both female and male adolescents, but rather the lack of father involvement in the lives of male children.


Chinese Woman Solves Family Problem of Providing Care for her Grandmother by Taking her to WORK with her Every Day
Last edited 23rd July 2014

Huang Lihua, 24, has never forgotten her grandmother's kindness.She takes the 88-year-old to her restaurant every dayIf her grandmother is tired, she carries her the mile between work and home


One Woman Had Enough of Catcalling on the Street. Here’s What She Does to Her Hecklers.
Last edited 23rd July 2014

Women walking down the street, especially in larger cities, are likely accustomed to some mild catcalling or comments directed toward them from complete strangers. Most of these women ignore their hecklers, but not Lindsey. Lindsey, a 28-year-old from Minneapolis who only is identified by her first name, confronts the people making unwanted comments, accusing them of “street harassment.”


Finding Freedom From Fear
Last edited 20th July 2014

It has been nearly two years since my last relationship ended, but I have not been able to get over the hurt. My prayers have become pleas to God to help me trust again. How can I allow myself to trust someone again?


Don’t look up. Always Look Down: Wisdom from a Bangla Nanna
Last edited 16th July 2014

Just 6 weeks ago I was living in Neutral Bay, one of the wealthiest suburbs in Sydney, but now I live in Dhaka, Bangladesh (recently judged the world’s most unliveable city, again). I am here for one year volunteering with a local non-government organisation in environmental advocacy and communications.


Now What? Advice for After a Youth Conference
Last edited 16th July 2014

You’ve just spent a weekend at a conference. You’ve sang silly songs, listened to talks, eaten sweet tarts for breakfast, and gotten less sleep than you ever thought you could function on. But now you are back to reality!

……


Benedict XVI's Secretary Passes on Condolences to Pope After World Cup
Last edited 15th July 2014

Benedict XVI did not watch the World Cup Final between Argentina and Germany on television last night but knew instantly what the final score was when he saw the expression on the face of his secretary, Archbishop George Gaenswein, the following morning.


You are viewing 1 - 10 of 338 items