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Canadian Youth Ministry Experts Prepare Free Planning Guide

3-part, 70-page text was prepared by ‘seasoned and skilled’ people in the field with a ‘great love for young people and for this ministry’

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A new electronic resource and guide to assist pastoral planning for youth ministry is now available through the Canadian bishops’ publications office.
Prepared by a team of Canadian youth ministers, and entitled You Give Them Something to Eat, this 70-page text can be used by dioceses, eparchies, parishes, youth groups and organizations to assist in reflections on youth ministry, to identify strengths and weaknesses in current approaches, and to build an outreach ministry that meets the needs of young people.
Bishop Brian Dunn of Antigonish points out in the preface that “The authors of this resource are all seasoned and skilled youth ministers, parents, teachers and pastoral ministers with a great love for young people and for this ministry.”
The resource has three main sections:
1) The Context – Where does Youth Ministry take place?;
2) Goals – What does Youth Ministry aim to do?; and
3) Elements of a vision for Youth Ministry.
The resource can be freely downloaded for personal and pastoral use.
Link to the resource

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