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The August issue of Kairos postulates the role of sports and recreational activities in rejuvenating and energizing the spirit of young generation and engaging them in “giving the best for the Lord”. The editorial draws out various dynamic efforts made by the pontifical in order to involve the youth more into the activities of the Catholic Church. Cover stories by Joseph George and Jeevan John examine the various ways in which sports and games help the formation of a healthy Catholic lifestyle and how parish play grounds indirectly bring the youngsters towards the activities of the church and importantly, the participation in Eucharistic celebrations. Manoj Sunny discusses the various approaches of the Catholic Church towards the people and sports and the possibilities of considering such recreational activities as a medium for formation, evangelization, education, charity and so on. In an interview session with Fr. Kuriakose Pallikunnel SDB, he talks how Sports occupy a prominent role in Salesian Ministering and the general need for a change in our attitude towards sports. In light of the recent events happening in the church, Sasi Emmanuel writes an observation on the tendencies of the media in taking pleasure by projecting and sensationalizing the minor discrepancies found in the minorities, while ignoring the more serious issues in the society. J. M .Plaathara reflects on how a priest’s life resembles the compassion and passion of Jesus Christ, as he surrenders everything for others, and yet has to bear the brunt of many accusations and humiliation from people and media. The issue also includes a heart touching testimony by Justin and the joyous accounts of teenagers on their Chalo Mission program.

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