Youth Voice

BY ADRIANNA DUGGAN

On Friday, September 21 at Kellenberg Memorial High School, a little more than “two or three” gathered together to worship. In fact, almost 250 juniors came together and demonstrated their “joy of believing and the enthusiasm for communicating the faith” (Porta Fidei). These students gave up their Friday night to spend time in adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and to grow in community and faith, hearing the testimony of...

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