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World Youth Day with the Pope!

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What is World Youth Day?
More than a meeting that brings thousands or even millions of young people, the World Youth Day testifies to a living Church and constantly updated. It is they, the youth, the protagonists of this great gathering of faith, hope and unity. The main objective of the World Youth Day, make known to all the world's youth the message of Christ, but it is also true that through them shows the world the "face" of Christ young.

How often is the World Youth Day with the Pope?
The global meetings are conducted with intervals ranging from 2-3 years. The last World Youth Day was 16 to August 21, 2011, in Madrid, Spain.

When and where will be the next World Youth Day?
The next World Youth Day will be in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from 23 to 28 July 2013.

Who can participate?
The participation is open to all.


What happens during the World Youth Day?
There are many activities in which young people are invited to participate, as catechesis, cultural events, moments of sharing and coexistence. In addition, there are activities like opening ceremony, welcoming the Pope, the Cross, the youth vigil with the Pope and the closing Mass.

What is the theme of the next World Youth Day?
"" Go and make disciples of all nations " (Mt 28:19) is the theme of the World Youth Day Rio 2013. The announcement was made by Pope Benedict XVI on August 24, 2011.

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Last modified on Friday, 19 July 2013 03:48
Nicolas

Nicolas

Hello everyone! My name is Nicolás. I am an 19-year-old chilean boy, born and raised in Villarrica. I consider myself as a cheerful and friendly person, so I really like meeting new people. I enjoy doing sports and taking photographs. I'm very grateful to "Project Friends Chile" for allowing me to know different cultures and places.

Website: https://www.facebook.com/Nicoo.Espinoza

1 comment

  • Javier

    Nice article, That is the power of the Catholic religion.
    The most followed religion that exist.

    Javier Friday, 19 July 2013 21:58 Comment Link
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