We the Synod Fathers now address you, young people of the world, with a word of hope, trust and consolation. In these days, we have gathered together to hear the voice of Jesus, “the eternally young Christ”, and to recognize in Him your many voices, your shouts of exultation, your cries, and your moments of silence.
In view of the ongoing synod of catholic bishops in Roma, the African Study Center of the Xaverian Missionaries decided to consecrate the n°11 of his magazine on the topic of “Youth Ministry”. In this way, we wanted to journey together with the Catholic Church and the Youth.
Below is the summary prepared by Fr. Barthelemy Minani, a Xaverian missionary working in Mozambique.
In this interview [part two] with Fr. Louis Bira, sx, in view of the coming synod of bishops in October, Grace Bella-Kamara, a Student of the University of Makeni (Unimak,) expresses her opinion on gender equality, new born again churches, church leader behaviour…
Fr. Louis Bira sx (LB): You are a female student in a male dominated country. Do you feel discriminated in your university [University of Makeni- UNIMAK, a catholic university] because you are a girl? How can the Catholic Church address the issue of gender inequality?