Posts Tagged ‘Catholic millennials’

Engaging next generation means leaning into the church’s social justice tradition

Monday, November 8th, 2021
social justice tradition

When Richard and Angela Wolohan created the Wolohan Family Foundation in 1986, they sought to use their wealth, derived in part from the sale of a successful lumber company, to support organizations and charities that appealed to their shared Catholic faith. Nearly 25 years later, both the founders had passed away and their seven children Read more

Millennials’ family life challenges faith and community

Thursday, June 11th, 2020

Millennials’ family life radically differs from past generations, according to a new study. Catholic leaders and scholars say this presents particular challenges for passing on the faith and building the Catholic community. Last month’s Pew Research Center analysis revealed millennials are slower than previous generations to build their own households. Most choose to delay marriage Read more