The results are in – young adults are all over the map when it comes to their interests and needs in the local Catholic Church, said Rachel Longest, director of the Young Adult Ministry for the archdiocese of New Orleans.
Longest introduced an online survey Ash Wednesday, hoping to learn the basics about young adults: who are they, how often and why they attended or didn’t attend Mass, how churches can be more welcoming, what elements of a church were important and what type of young adult events would they attend.
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