Bishop Barry C. Knestout will participate in the U.S. Catholic Conference of Bishops’ “Journeying Together,” an intercultural dialogue for youth and young adults, this Sunday, Feb. 21 at 2 p.m.
The initiative is one of six monthly dialogue sessions convened by the USCCB’s Committee on Cultural Diversity in the Church. Bishop Knestout, a member of the USCCB’s Subcommittee for African American Affairs, will participate in this month’s online session focusing on the Black/African American family. Individuals will share their experiences, concerns and opportunities for the meeting.
“Journeying Together” is based upon an apostolic exhortation Pope Francis wrote following the Synod on Young People that was held in 2018. The document, written in March 2019, is titled ”Christus Vivit,” Addressed to youth and young adults, it encourages their engagement in the Church of youth and young adults.
To learn more about the “Journeying Together” initiative, click here.
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