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The Dominican Youth Movement, Great Britain, is part of an International Dominican Youth Movement, for young people, aged 18-35. It supports young Catholics in university and in young adult professional life, bringing them together to discuss their faith and related issues, to provide opportunities for study and prayer, and to share fun experiences and make new friends.
The International Dominican Youth Movement was founded with the idea of connecting young people all over the world and making them partners in the mission of evangelisation. It is a way for the Dominican Friars to invite into their mission faithful young people, who can bring the Gospel to their peers.
The Dominican friars put on events throughout the year in various parts of Great Britain to provide opportunities for Prayer and Faith Formation in the spirit of St Dominic and his Order, Study of the Scriptures and the Catholic Tradition to enable dialogue with others, and Recreation together as a group. The aim of all this is to enable young people to collaborate with the Dominican friars, sisters and laity as young Preachers of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, witnessing to Him in their own local communities, parishes, and life.