Before leaving for the Synod of Bishops on Young People, the Faith, and Vocational Discernment, Archbishop José H. Gomez met with high school students from around the Archdiocese to listen to the issues of importance of our youth in Los Angeles and to share their voices at the Synod in Rome.
Check back here over the next couple of weeks as we share a series of videos on some of the topics and issues the group discussed in LA that have also been discussed in the working groups at the Synod, such as the very important role of women in the Church.
Immigration is a vital concern for Catholic youth everywhere in the world and has been discussed a lot during the Synod. Young people from LA also asked the archbishop to share their concerns on immigration with Pope Francis.
"God planned a beautiful way for the human person to be born, to live, and to die." LA youth are engaged and ready to lead our Church on key issues like building a culture of life.
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