Discussing Spiritual Differences. Family Youth Thought 6 June

Some families don’t allow religious discussions or arguments, as they tend to become when there are young people involved.  The Camaras believed that it is good and valuable for everyone to share and test their views.  Mr Camara said to the others, “I got worried when I heard of a family where one of the boys decided to join Isis and suddenly disappeared and ended up in Syria.  Had that family not known what was in his mind?”

When Paul perceived that one part of the council were Sadducees and the Pharisees he cried out “Brethren I am a Pharisee, a son of Pharisees with respect to the hope and the resurrection of the dead I am on trial. The Sadducees say that there is no resurrection but the Pharisees acknowledge them. Acts 23:6-11

 Pope Francis: The Synod called for the development of a youth ministry capable of being inclusive, with room for all kinds of young people, to show that we are a Church with open doors. Nor does one have to accept fully all the teachings of the Church to take part in certain of our activities for young people. It is enough to have an open mind towards all those who have the desire and willingness to be encountered by God’s revealed truth. CV 234.


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