I’m confused, what exactly you’d like to know, so, I’ll just talk and you can clarify later.
What would you tell teenage girls about defending the Faith, how should they do it, what should they do first, and so on. How about especially in the realm of Defending Life from abortion, euthanasia, etc?
Remember the parable about the house built without a strong foundation, that was washed away in the storm? Instead, build your house on a strong Rock-- and when the rains came, the house still stood, because the foundation was strong.
Never neglect the basics, because otherwise you’re building on nothing. Don’t assume people should know any one aspect of the faith, but make sure they understand the various constituents.
By this I mean, defend doctrine and dogma in general, and then go to specific issues like abortion, but only after you’ve grounded them in everything else. I’m of the opinion that you can **NEVER EVER EVER **do too much Eucharistic catechizing. You simply can’t do too much of that.
I think it’s the perfect point for pious young Catholics to learn about, because as JPII noted, the Eucharist is the ‘source and the summit’ of our faith. Think about it-- if you realize that we have the Real Presence of Christ, you’ll want to receive. If you want to receive, you’ll want to be free of mortal sin-- so you’ll want to go to confession. If you want to go to confession, you’re going to have to start living a more holy life. See, it’s like a check and balance. (And as a side note to that, you can explain how only validly ordained priests can confect the Sacrament-- which pretty much means they’ll understand why the Catholic Mass is so important. Never forget to make them understand why we do things. Even the simplest of explanations can clear up the common misconception that Catholics ‘make stuff up.’)
Sorry for my rambling, but I do sincerely believe that.