Crossroads young adult gatherings fill a gap by combining fun, faith

Lisa Johnston
Enlightening is how Eric Stanbrough of Assumption Parish in O'Fallon described a presentation at a gathering of Crossroads, a Catholic young adult ministry. Stanbrough was one of about 60 college-aged to 30-somethings who crowded into a room at Culpepper's restaurant in O'Fallon Jan. 4 to socialize and hear a presentation and discussion led by Father Chris Martin, associate pastor of St. Joseph Parish in Cottleville. Father Martin gave a short history of anti-Catholicism and how it relates to a bias in the news media.

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