At the end of World Youth Day, Pope Francis addressed hundreds of thousands of young people from all over the world. He encouraged a new generation to work for peace, reconciliation and justice. ‘God demands of us real courage, the courage to be more powerful than evil, by loving everyone, even our enemies’.
This week around a million young people have been gathered in Krakow, Poland, for the World Youth Day celebrations with Pope Francis.Joanna Bogle, Anne Marie Kershaw and others, in conversation with Maria Rodrigues, share what impact these events have had on the faith of Catholic youth over the years.
Pope Francis and hundreds of thousands of Catholics have gathered in Poland for World Youth Day celebrations, which run through until Sunday. The international gathering is held every 2 to 3 years. This year it's in Poland. These young people told Premier why they love it so much: And Anna Middlewick, is a parishioner at St Mary the Immaculate in Falmouth. She spoke to the Clifton Diocese who have joined millions of other young Catholics […]
This week there have been many incredible things happening in Krakow, Poland, as part of the lead up to a gathering with the Pope this Sunday known as 'World Youth Day'.Every few years, young people from around the world are invited to a city to have times of praise and worship, hear testimonies, to pray and listen to talks from speakers, ending with a celebration with the Pope. This weekend, […]