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Archbishop's Pentecost Letter to Youth

Pentecost Letter to Youth
Every year, Archbishop Denis Hart writes a letter to young people, which is released for Pentecost Sunday. The Pentecost letter is inspired by the Archbishop’s annual conversation with student leaders and reflects on the hopes, concerns and questions expressed by young people at this gathering.
This year’s Pentecost Letter is an invitation for young people to learn more about ‘mercy’ and to discover ways in which we can be merciful.  It is called ‘Be merciful, as your heavenly Father is merciful (Luke 6:36) and is based on the theme for the Extraordinary Year of Mercy that Pope Francis has declared for the whole Church from 8 December 2016- 20 November 2016. 
This year, as previous, the letter is available in parishes as well as online. To accompany the letter, there are four video resources and two written resources to help you to use the letter in your schools and youth groups.
To check out these resources, click HERE 

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