In the news: Integrating faith and justice key to post-pandemic ministry with young Latinos

In the news: Integrating faith and justice key to post-pandemic ministry with young Latinos

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Springtide Research Institute was recently featured in the National Catholic Reporter. This article, Integrating faith and justice key to post-pandemic ministry with young Latinos, is reprinted in part below, but we encourage you to visit their site to read the piece in its entirety.

After missing out on high school proms and college graduations and grappling with the deaths of more than 500,000 Americans, including loved ones, young Catholics believe there will never be a return to "normal" in a post-pandemic world. And that's OK, especially for young Latinos, who say they had not previously been able to fully integrate their activism with their faith. Latinos across the United States were hit hard by COVID-19, as many lost loved ones and jobs. The pandemic, combined with the racial reckoning of last summer, has young Catholics — and those who minister to them — thinking about what the church can learn from Generation Z. Gen Z generally includes people born from about 1995 to 2010 — people roughly 11 to 26 years old.

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