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Closing Mass

Pope Benedict XVI celebrates the final Mass: the high point of the 2008 World Youth Day events.
 

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Fr Mark ArriveClosing Mass

by Fr. Mark

I am so thankful and happy that I was able to come to World Youth Day in Sydney. I must admit that, at first, it did seem a bit daunting to travel all the way to Australia for the events. However, being here, I am reminded of the youthfulness and vitality of the Church, especially manifested in the young, but present in all of us. The Church is ever young. more
 

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Thank you for your wonderful coverage of the WYD2008. Living in a pagan country (ENGLAND) there is little or no coverage on mainstrean Television. (Maybe 2 minutes all week!) Through your programmes on the Internet we have been able to be a part of this historic event. Thank you again on behalf of all internet viewers.

Michael P. Englandmore

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Plenary Indulgence for World Youth Day
 

The Twenty-Three World Youth Days

 

 

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Sydney, Jul 20, 2008 (CNA).- Pope Benedict departed Australia for Rome today after a hectic eight-day stay, concluding his World Youth Day activities, blessing Australia before taking flight at a farewell ceremony with the Prime Minister (PM) Kevin Rudd, and other Australian civic leaders.  more
 

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World Youth Day Sydney 2008 Media Events: Saturday 19 July

World Youth Day is a pilgrimage, and an actual pilgrimage walk will be one of the highlight events tomorrow. The 10km journey will take place from North Sydney to Randwick. more

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