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Is 'Cool Christianity' the Best Way to Evangelize?

Last edited 18th October 2012

Many Christian Churches worldwide are attempting to “re-brand” Christianity as young, cool, and hip. While these efforts appear to have varying degrees of success in attracting young Christians, are these gimmicks really going to bring young people back to church for the long-run?

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The Bible: God’s Original Text Message

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How do you break through the technological barriers of this tech-savvy teen subculture? What role (if any) does sacred Scripture play in the life of Catholic adolescents? Do modern teens actually want to pick up a Bible and read or have conversations with mouths and not thumbs?


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Eucharist Is Not Understood, Laments Pope

Last edited 18th October 2012

The doctrine of the Eucharist -- and its relevance for believers -- is not sufficiently understood and must be a catechetical priority, says Benedict XVI.


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Rethinking Youth Ministry

Last edited 18th October 2012

Thinking outside the square is vital in Youth Ministry:


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Youth Ministry at its Best.

Last edited 18th October 2012

See what the Broken Bay Diocese is doing for Youth Ministry and the courses that they offer.

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When tragedy strikes your youth group.

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This article gives tips how you can help kids mourn as a Youth minister when tragedy strikes your Youth Group.

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Cardinal v. Atheist: Without God We Are Nothing

Last edited 18th October 2012

Cardinal George Pell, Archbishop of Sydney, and atheist Dan Barker debated the topic: Without God We Are Nothing, at Macquarie University. A vigorous and lively debate was had, with over 300 people in attendance. The debate was structured so that each speaker received ten minutes to present their case, then had a chance at rebuttal, and finishing off with a few minutes to directly cross examine the other. There was then time for questions from the audience. Part 1 of this audio presents the main arguments and rebuttal, with part 2 presenting the (very lively) cross examination, and some hard hitting questions from the audience.


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