That Thing For Young Adults

When I heard about That Thing For Young Adults (TTFYA) I was really excited.  As an inquisitive 25 year old Catholic, I felt I was alone in my quest to muddle through the complex teachings of the church.  Our church family is universal in scope, yet locally, after the age of 18, young Catholics are left to their formative adult years without recourse to youth clubs or specialised youth workers.  Cue TTFYA.  It’s the brainchild of Lizi Martin at NYMO, who recognised the need for a regular meeting for 18-25 year olds to get to grips with their faith as young adults operating in a largely secular world.

Fr Andy's Testimony

At lux.leap Fr Andy shared with us his powerful testimony about his call to the priesthood and the sacrifices and leaps of faith he took to respond to God’s call. You can watch his talk here - part one and part two. Thank you Fr Andy!

Neil in Lourdes: Day 1 - Friday, Departure Day

Got up at 5.00am! This was mainly because we were getting the coach from Northampton Cathedral at 7.00am and I needed to touch and move my passport 700 times prior to ever actually needing it... 2011

Many young people are often faced with huge decisions such as whether to go to college or do A-Levels? And what subjects to take? Whether to go to Uni or start working? And even what the best career choice is? After making a decision, we ask ourselves whether we have made the right choice. More often than not, it is very difficult to discern what the right decision is, as it has a big impact on our lives.  We ask ourselves – ‘Should I please my parents?’ ‘Should I please my friends or should I just please myself?’ As a Christian, What does God want of me? ‘WHAT SHOULD I DO?!