Bangalore, July 05: The Indian Catholic Youth Movement has organized a training program for newly-appointed national youth directors and animators involved in the youth ministry in the Catholic Church.
The ten-day program, which began on June 1 in Bangalore, is known as CAT.
A total of 32 participants from thirteen regions of the country are taking part in the program.
“The purpose and intention of this training program is to give an integral formation to all the national directors and animators,” said Sister Edleburgh, the National Youth Coordinator.
The training enhances them to be effective youth directors and animators and work for the empowerment of youth, she added.
Bishop Henry D’Souza of Bellary, who inaugurated the program, said “The quality of youth depends upon the quality of youth directors and animators. All the directors should become agents of change.”
The participants discussed topics such as youth ministry and challenges and opportunities, effective youth ministry and know your movements.