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Youth Leader: Counting down to 2016 youth expo

SPONSORED BY ST STEPHEN’S CATHEDRAL YOUNG ADULTS MINISTRY (YAM)

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Cathedral youth: Members of St Stephen’s Young Adults Ministry (YAM) with Archbishop Mark Coleridge at St Stephen’s Cathedral.

THE St Stephen’s Cathedral’s Youth and Vocations Expo 2016 welcomes youth and young adults to engage with more than 30 Catholic youth ministries, religious congregations and multicultural communities, to share live music, cultural sweets, souvenirs, food, drinks and a free Aussie barbecue.

The expo, on Sunday, August 7, sparks youth evangelisation towards the annual National Vocation Awareness Week, inviting all to share the noon Vocations Mass celebrated by Brisbane Archbishop Mark Coleridge.   

The expo showcases Brisbane’s diverse youth and religious communities, inviting personal involvement – Where can I share friendship, faith and fun in a friendly community? How can I find a deeper spiritual and social balance?

It also nurtures a deeper understanding of the four paths of vocation – Is God calling me towards priestly life? Married life? Religious life? Single life?

Amid society’s transient, consumer-driven culture, how can I discover and grow closer to Christ’s joyful, eternal love?

The expo is co-ordinated by the St Stephen’s Young Adults Ministry (YAM) and the Vocation Brisbane office. 

St Stephen’s YAM welcomes young adults aged 18-35 years to explore faith, friendship, fellowship and good works in the heart of the city.

On the first Sunday night of each month (except January holidays) the St Stephen’s Cathedral hosts the Young Adults Trifecta ­– 5.30pm The Vine (group gathering), 7.30pm Young Adults Mass and 8.30pm free social supper.

For more young adult events, check out #StStephensYAM on Facebook and Instagram.  

Vocation Brisbane nurtures a dynamic culture of vocations awareness, encouraging you to ask yourself: Where are you going? Have you stopped to think about what that means? Or are you just going through the motions?

Your life, your very existence has a purpose beyond the bare essentials of life, death and taxes. #VocationBrisbane

We look forward to seeing you at the Youth and Vocations Expo 2016 during this meaningful Year of Mercy. #yvexpo

This sponsored content has been provided by St Stephen’s Cathedral Young Adult Ministry for the annual Youth Leader feature.  The content also appeared in our June 12, 2016 issue as paid content.

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