Nottingham Diocese Youth Events

Catholic?  Going to University this year?   Most of our Universities and Higher Education Institutions’ have a dedicated Catholic Chaplain based in the local University or parish.  The Catholic Chaplaincy is a place for young Catholics to explore their faith as young adults, to meet other young people with similar interests from a great range of backgrounds, and to get involved in activities and social outreach.  to help Catholic young people find their local Chaplaincy, when studying away from home and for contact details of all the University Chaplains and Catholic Student Societies, visit the Catholics at University website at: www.catholicsatuniversity.org.uk

Synod 2018 Information: The Catholic Church in England and Wales is consulting with young people and those who regularly engage with them in preparation for a Synod hosted by Pope Francis, in October 2018.  The theme of this Synod is “Youth, Faith and Vocational Discernment”.  The Mega Youth Poll for young people has already been launched, if you work with or care for young people aged between 13-29 we want to hear your view of young people today through a second survey: www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/parish-yourview  It should take between 5-10 minutes to complete this survey however, this may vary depending on whether you care for or work with young people in more than one setting.  Should you have any queries please contact synod2018@cbcew.org.uk

Mega Youth Poll Trailerwww.youtube.com/watch?v=s9Jv4pbU7sU&feature=youtu.be

Youth 2000: Is an international Catholic Movement for young people, between the ages of 16-35.  It was started in response to St John Paul II’s initiative.  Since then it has grown to become one of the most important groups working for evangelisation of young people within the Church. 

Leadership Courses:  Formation for young people who have received the Sacrament of Confirmation, in order to take more responsibility in parish life and peer ministry.  Contact: tom@dyco.uk for Derby Deanery, peter@ndcys.com for the rest of the diocese.

 

 

 

 

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