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Let World Youth Day Spark a Revolution, Pope Tells Youth

“You must not water down faith in Jesus Christ. Do not drink a watered down faith. Faith is whole, it is not watered down. It is faith in Jesus, the Son of God made man.”

The Wisdom of Age and the Joy of Youth

In a world where the old and young alike are exploited or ignored, World Youth Day shows us that even an old Pope and a crowd of teens can learn from each other

The Fountains of Youth: Truth, Beauty and Goodness

In his opening address at World Youth Day, Pope Francis said that young people need more than help with the basic necessities of life. They need to be directed to the transcendent.

World Youth Day Shows Young People’s Thirst for God, Says Rio Archbishop

The Church is supposedly irrelevant. Then why do all these young people still care?

Group ‘Sign of Contradiction’ Going to the Streets Gathering Prayer Requests for WYD

A response to Pope Francis' call to make the Church a more welcoming place

Young, Catholic Filmmakers Seek Funding for Silent Film

They want to make films about universal goodness, truth, and beauty

Registrations Swell for World Youth Day in Rio

A quarter of a million people have already started the registration process

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