Come and see

Our group of young adults in the parish (18-28) is a resource built with young people, in response to the needs and expectations of the participants of the moment. Sharing, singing and praying, going out and more. The program and documents are setup in French, but participants are free to communicate in their preferred language(French or English). History of meetings: Sunday evening, 7 p.m. to 8h30 p.m., every 2, 3 or 4 weeks according to the college and university calendar, outings usually placed on Saturdays.

If you want to know more or if you want to participate, you can contact  Stéphane.

Lisbon World Youth Day (August 2023) For more information on FB.

Between young Christians

Are you interested in sharing how you live your life as a young Christian in our increasingly connected world?

Faith and reason

Are you interested in strengthening your faith in the light of God's Word?

Personal prayer

Are you interested in going further in your prayer life, to grow in peace and silence?

Prayer is vital for life: just as we cannot live without breathing, so we cannot be Christians without praying. How much we need Christians who keep watch for those who are slumbering, worshipers who intercede day and night, bringing before Jesus, the light of the world, the darkness of history.

Pope Francis, Advent 2020

« Try to keep still for a moment and let yourself feel his love. Try to silence all the noise within, and rest for a second in his loving embrace (…) His is “a love that does not overwhelm or oppress, cast aside or reduce to silence, humiliate or domineer. It is the love of the Lord, a daily, discreet and respectful love; a love that is free and freeing, a love that heals and raises up. The love of the Lord has to do more with raising up than knocking down, with reconciling than forbidding, with offering new changes than condemning, with the future than the past. ». 

– Pope Francis, Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation Christus vivit, March 2019, n. 115 and 116. (Document drawn up following the Synod of Bishops on young people, faith and vocational discernment).

« Each in his and her own way »

 Pope Francis reaffirms that each person is called to take their own unique way:

« The important thing is that each believer discern his or her own path, that they bring out the very best of themselves, the most personal gifts that God has placed in their heart. (cf. 1 Co 12, 7) »

(Gaudete et Exsultate 11, on holiness in reference to Lumen Gentium 12, Vatican II)

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