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Youth in the Third Millennium


IVE Press
July 10, 2012

Book Details

This book by Father Carlos Miguel Buela (IVE) is directed towards those young people who are the main protagonists and builders of the third millennium. Living in the 21st century is considered both a great gift and a difficult challenge. In these pages, Father Buela writes why being a youth in the third millennium is such an adventure. Amidst the uncertainties and difficulties plaguing young minds, Father Buela encourages youth—equipped with the truths and pillars of the Catholic faith—to live great ideals and experience the beauty and joy of God in the present world. In the midst of turbulent seas, a Captain cries: Duc in Altum! Go into deep waters! Few know what this phrase really means. Those who have been able to understand it know what the secret to true, authentic happiness is: eternity.

Author Description

Father Carlos Miguel Buela, IVE, was ordained a priest in 1971 in Argentina. From the beginning of his priestly vocation, he dedicated himself in a particular way to youth ministry, with the conviction that the Church must work with the youth by way of her vocation. He founded the Institute of the Incarnate Word (IVE) in 1984 and the Institute Servants of the Lord and the Virgin of Matara (SSVM) in 1988, the feminine branch of the religious family of the "Incarnate Word." Both institutes enjoy active and contemplative branches, all sharing in the same charism of the evangelization of the culture. Presently, both institutes are present as religious missionaries in five continents, comprised of about 1,800 members and more than 270 houses around the world.

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