By Arnold Neliba
There is a group in the Church that often goes unnoticed. It largely comprises of young adults of ages 25 to 40 years.
Most of them are freshly out of university or colleges, probably on their first jobs, establishing young families. They feel they are too old to be in the Youth group along with the primary school and secondary school children, yet they do not fit within the adulthood associations like Catholic Women Association (CWA) or Catholic Men Association (CMA).
They simply slip through the gaps. They will attend Mass or avoid it altogether, some even joining Pentecostal churches where they feel their age bracket is accommodated.
“For young people who had been active in the church youth group, it is generally expected that