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Melbourne Youth Have Your Say!

Melbourne youth have their say
 
The Archdiocesan Office for Youth held a Plenary Listening and dialogue session after the Six30 Holy Hour. This listening dialogue session had a turnout of over 35 young people and youth leaders, who came along to share their thoughts on ‘what is God asking of them in Australia at this time?’
 
The discussion was deep and interesting with a diverse range of topics coming up. This meeting was also used to equip participants with the skills needed to facilitate listening and dialogue sessions with in their own communities.
 
Many of the people who attended the evening left on fire to take the conversations back to their local parishes and groups.
 
If you would like more information on the plenary process or leading your own listening and dialogue session check out: 
http://plenarycouncil.catholic.org.au/

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