Millennials have turned away from ‘cool’ Christianity, but traditional churches
I think this article hits the spot.

Some Baby boomers and past generations thought it was a good idea to dumb down the liturgy, introduce no-fault divorce, legalize murder, hand out "free" artificial contraceptives like candy, rally behind those who want to normalize sodomy, make pornography more "visible" to all, "breed" secular philosophies such as hyper-feminism, try to make cross-dressing and body mutilation (ie "sex changes") "hip and cool,"  moral relativism, it any wonder why the millennial generation-of which I am apart of-is in so much confusion?

Many of us can see through the idiocy and lunacy of these things that have destroyed the family and aspects of our society. For those who returned to the Church in their 20's and 30's, we mostly come back to a liturgy that has been stripped of its aesthetics, beauty, and mystery; instead we get Fr. Joe preaching to us how good Islam is for our society, Protestant Gospel music sung as the "hymns," and female "extraordinary ministers" giving me rude facial expressions every time I receive the Eucharist on the tongue.

You can tell it's bad when your parents want nothing to do with the Novus Ordo Mass and want to attend the divine liturgy with you at the Byzantine  Catholic Church (like my parents do) least they use incense there.

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Re: - by AntoniusMaximus - 12-28-2015, 11:21 AM
Re: Millennials have turned away from ‘cool’ Christianity, but traditional churches - by Sequentia - 12-28-2015, 11:22 AM
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