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In the light of declaration of “Year of Youth” by Kerala Catholic Bishops Council, the March edition of Kairos highlights various youth movements which have evolved to become the mainstay of Catholic Church. Grandees including Justice Kurian Joseph, Justice Cyriac Joseph and many others share how youth movements succeeded in moulding their lives. Interview with Abhilash and Emmanuel – the top leaders of Jesus Youth and KCYM (Kerala Catholic Youth Movement) respectively, talks on the divergent paths taken by these youth movements in achieving the common goal of introducing Jesus to masses. While Sajan C.A. discusses reasons why youth movements often fail to attract the youth, Dr. Edward Edezhath discourses on the relevance of closely watching and understanding the pulse of the young generation. Varthavicharam, which is based on some recent happenings, leaves us with vehement emotions. JY monthly reflection about embracing the virtue of poverty, Daivathinte Maunam by Sasi Emmanuel and various testimonies make the current version of Kairos worth reading.

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