Cite: , Proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ to the youth today, "Kultura - Media - Teologia", 2019( 38) nr 3, s. 143-161.
As Christians, we must do everything to ensure that the Gospel of the Messiah, Jesus of Nazareth, is genuinely passed on to future generations – especially to young people. We should also do all we can to let people know the meaning of the liberating work of God’s power. In this way, the human condition becomes united with the redeeming love, and ultimately acts as a power against evil in the world. Various forms of youth participation in the Church can, and should, be understood as “Ecclesia”. The community of the Church is not only constituted by adults, the Church manifests itself not only by the presence of church structures and the pastoral work with young people, but it is young people who shape the Church through their participation. The message of the Gospel challenges young people by formulating a promise and an expectation. Understanding and accepting the Gospel is a condition for young people to enter the community of the Church.