By Clarion Herald Staff
The archdiocesan offices of Evangelization and Religious Education and Loyola University New Orleans will sponsor a free workshop for youth and young adults Dec. 14 from 9 a.m. to noon to discuss ways to strengthen ministry and outreach to an often overlooked segment of the Catholic population.
The title of the Advent conversation is “Christus Vivit: Christ is Alive!”
The workshop, which will be held at Loyola’s Miller Hall, Room 114, hopes to build on Pope Francis’ Synod on Youth and Young Adults.
The guest speaker, Paul Jarzembowski, is a member of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and was a participant in the Synod on Youth and Young Adults in Rome.
Jarzembowski will share global and national perspectives on the document.
A panel of local youth and young adults will respond to his presentation and share their experiences and hopes for the Catholic Church.
Archbishop Gregory Aymond and Loyola president Tania Tetlow will welcome the participants.
All are welcome, especially those who work with and minister to youth and young adults.
The link for the document is embedded in the registration so individuals can read it before attending.
There is free parking in the West Road Garage, and refreshments will be served.
Registration is necessary at https://tinyurl.com/christusvivitloyola.