In the last few months, many young people have shared with us their worries about the future: what hope can give us direction; what things can we trust and rely on when everything is so unstable? And still more deeply: Continue reading →
Inspired by St. Francis of Assisi and by Pope Francis, 2,000 young adults met online to discuss making the economy more responsive to human dignity and more respectful of creation.
The Economy of Francesco project, sponsored in part by the Continue reading →
With the beatification of Carlo Acutis in Assisi Oct. 10, the Catholic Church now has its first “Blessed” who loved Super Mario and Pokémon, but not as much as he loved the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist.
Starting afresh from children to build a peaceful future in Africa. Rely on their energies to transform the continent into a better place. This is the sense of a virtual meeting, the first of a long series, organized online by Continue reading →
Every day, India churns out 26,000 tonnes of plastic waste, including straws, cutlery, and other single-use items. Much of that plastic ends up languishing in landfills or worse, clogging India’s streets, rivers and beaches—a situation that long bothered university student Continue reading →
A comprehensive survey of Africa’s youth – the African Youth Survey 2020 –has just revealed a rising Afro-Optimism among the continent’s youth driven by a strong sense of individual responsibility, a post-colonial mind set, entrepreneurship, and confidence in a shared Continue reading →