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A friend of the youth

Bishop Michael Yeung was truly a friend of the youth. It’s easy to assume that a person in his position and with his schedule would be distant and inaccessible. I never got that impression from him. 
 
I remember his warm affection for the youth. He had celebrated the Mass for our annual sports and games day, Holympics, a few times. 
 

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Empowering the younger generation

He always had a peaceful ambiance surrounding him. Once he stepped into the room, there was always an empowering presence. Bishop Michael Yeung Ming-cheung looked up to the young people in Hong Kong and had strong motivation in trusting the inborn fire that the younger generation has for the future. 
 
Bishop Yeung encountered them personally, asking about their studies and dreams. Even with a busy schedule, he dedicated time to accompany the young people in their activities. 

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Young, English-speaking and World Youth Day

HONG KONG (SE): Dozens of young people from across the diocese joined an event sponsored by the Diocesan English Youth on April 9, Palm Sunday, at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception to begin the celebration of the 32nd World Youth Day, which is scheduled to be held in Panama in 2019.

During World Youth Day in Krakow, Poland, last year, Pope Francis announced that the three-year lead-up to the event in Panama would be a journey with Mother Mary and that each year, young people would be invited to reflect on a theme.

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Young people walk the way of the cross

A breezy Sunday afternoon served as the backdrop to the Hong Kong Diocesan English Youth (DEY) annual Way of the Cross pilgrimage to the Trappist Monastery on Lantau Island on February 28.

Following a quick ride on the Kai To ferry, the group held a brief reflection and sang a hymn to prepare to process up the path of the 14 Stations of the Cross.

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Young people urged not to miss the big picture

By Mika Gallardo

HONG KONG (SE): For today’s teenagers, the drive to succeed is constantly nagging them. However, success is only part of the big picture.

 

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