• Think shoplifting is a bit of harmless fun? Here’s how it can fast become a habit that spirals way out of control https://t.co/zRon9FK8rl
  • If the one person you’re supposed to trust abuses you, speak out – whatever the risk. Here's why... http://t.co/gqWkhhaTao
  • If sport is a symbol of honest achievement why do some use dirty tactics to beat the rest? Face Up reports... http://t.co/9DTpMuvKhP
  • Do you sing in the shower? Here's why the Emmanuel Liturgical Music Project could be just your thing... http://t.co/9m6ydjyf8Y
  • Why do bad things happen to good people? Face Up helps us make some sense of suffering, hardship and death. http://t.co/L1iIJfIZNH

About

Face Up is the award-winning resource for youth ministry, schools, parishes and all those working with young people..

It is also aimed at young people who want something deeper in their lives and something more than offered in other teen websites.

Up until May 2014, Face Up was a monthly magazine.  Following the final publication, the Face Up website was established to provide back articles as a free resource for youth workers and for teens themselves. 

Through the Face Up site you will find a wide range of content to assist youth ministers.  Back articles will inform, inspire and entertain.  With a strong input from young people, Face Up is not preachy or patronizing but conversational and engaging, in a language teenage readers understand and can relate to.  

Face Up is published by Redemptorist Communications >> a ministry of the Irish Redemptorists.