Source: Diocese of Dunkeld
A series of 26 videos has been launched , based on different chapters of 'Christus vivit'.They will guide viewers to read this document and will help young people discover how the words of the Holy Father resound in the hearts of the 'Under 30' generation.
Just two years ago, Pope Francis set up the Dicastery for the Laity, Family and Life Youth Office taking over the functions of the Pontifical Council for the Laity and the Pontifical Council for the Family
The Dicastery for the Laity, Family and Life Youth Office, brings a stronger emphasis on youth and young adult ministry, on the office's responsibility for promoting reflection on the role of women in the Church and society and on the office's task of supporting improved marriage preparation programs and Church outreach to couples living in situations the Church considers 'irregular'.
Addressing the young people of the Church, a recent letter from said: "It is with a great joy that we announce the launch of the 'Christus vivit' video project prepared by young Catholics from around the world one year after the Synod of Bishops that was dedicated to them. This project is a work of collaboration between the Dicastery for Laity, Family and Life, the Dicastery for Communication and many young people from different countries who accepted the invitation to share with us their faith experience.
A series of 26 videos has been launched, based on different chapters of 'Christus vivit'. They will guide viewers to read this document and will help young people discover how the words of the Holy Father resound in the hearts of the 'Under 30' generation.
Dicastery Prefect, Cardinal Kevin Farrell spoke about in the series. He encouraged them not only to read this document carefully, but also reminded them - "it is not about what is written in the book of the law, but what is the Spirit that guides each one of us and leads each one of us to the knowledge of Christ."
A link to the series can be found here: www.laityfamilylife.va/content/laityfamilylife/en.html
A new video is available every Tuesday and Thursday at noon (GMT+2), each of them prepared by a young person from a different country.
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