Read about any one of these active young adult Catholics and be inspired. The millennial generation, born between 1982 and 2000, is usually less involved in parish life and might not even believe in God, but Arkansas Catholic has found countless examples of young adults who are connected to Christ and their faith.
For these profiles, we focused on Catholics 18 to 30 years old (born 1987 to 1999). We sought out recommendations and interviewed 15 young adults who are doing exceptional work in their schools, parishes and ministries full time, part time or even as volunteers. They are single, married, parents and college students.
Profiles in this section were written by Malea Hargett, Aprille Hanson, Maryanne Meyerriecks, Dwain Hebda and Alesia Schaefer.(September 11, 2017)
Catholic students from around the state are back in their classrooms, ready to build a foundation of knowledge and spiritual growth. In this section, you’ll learn about how many hats small school principals have to wear, high school students earning college credit, new principals and commentary about the importance of family time during a busy school year.(August 16, 2017)
Catholic Schools in Arkansas bid farewell to graduates in May. The schools set the foundation, filled with faith and knowledge, for students go to out and continue to change the world around them. In this section, you'll find stories of perseverance and dedication in exceptional seniors, honor graduates and a list of all Catholic School graduates for 2017.
Thirty-six seniors graduated from St. Joseph High School in Conway May 14. After the ceremony, which was held in the church sanctuary, the Class of 2017 did the traditional mortar board toss in front of the church steeple.(May 26, 2017)
“Finding Faith” is a series focusing on issues of faith, morals and ethics for teens and young adults.(May 19, 2017)
The Lord has sworn, and he will not repent: ‘You are a priest forever.’ (Hebrews 7:21)
The Diocese of Little Rock will host another large ordination at 10 a.m., Saturday, May 27 at Christ the King Church in Little Rock.
Bishop Anthony B. Taylor will ordain five young men: William Burmester of Conway, Stephen Hart of Little Rock, Ramses Mendieta, originally from Nicaragua, Martin Siebold of North Little Rock and Luke Womack of Hot Springs.(May 19, 2017)