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  • ISBN 0898704790
  • ISBN13 978-0898704792
  • Language English
  • Author Catholic News Service
  • Publisher Ignatius Pr (November 1, 1993)
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By Catholic News Agency Catholic News Agency (ww. atholicnewsagency. com) 1/17/2011 (8 years ago). Keywords: Madrid, World Youth Day, John Paul II.

In a Catholic News Service interview after the Mass, Poland’s primate, Archbishop Wojciech Polak of Gniezno, said he believed the Pope’s . Pope Francis is scheduled to arrive at World Youth Day on Wednesday.

In a Catholic News Service interview after the Mass, Poland’s primate, Archbishop Wojciech Polak of Gniezno, said he believed the Pope’s summons to clergy to be living writers of the Gospel represented a theological novelty in papal teaching. The Pope’s call for a Church that goes into the world had given many Polish clergy food for reflection, the archbishop added, but it is unclear how long Poland’s Catholic Church can continue to send priests and priests to help abroad.

World Youth Day (WYD) is an event for young people organized by the Catholic Church. The next, World Youth Day 2022, will be held in Portugal. World Youth Day was initiated by Pope John Paul II in 1985. Its concept has been influenced by the Light-Life Movement that has existed in Poland since the 1960s, where during summer camps Catholic young adults over 13 days of camp celebrated a "day of community".

The first World Youth Day gathering took place in Rome in 1986. The gatherings, held every three years, draw millions of participants from around the world. Ambassador Kotanski expressed hope that World Youth Day in Panama would continue the renewed springtime of the Church called for by the late Pope. He also noted that Polish youth have begun a prayer campaign for the success of the 2019 World Youth Day, and expressed hope that the prayer campaign and relic would be a bridge between Central American and Europe.

The first World Youth Day gathering took place in Rome in 1986

The first World Youth Day gathering took place in Rome in 1986. The late pontiff also created a special youth section within the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Laity, charged with coordinating World Youth Days. During the ceremony Ryłko called John Paul II the pope of the youth, because of the focus on young people that defined his papacy and his pastoral ministry. Kotanski expressed hope that World Youth Day in Panama would continue the renewed springtime of the Church called for by John Paul.

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Pope St. John Paul II established World Youth Day in 1985. The first international gathering was held in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1987. The purpose of World Youth Day is threefold: a celebration of and putting trust in the young; giving young people a chance to make pilgrimage; and to give young people a chance to encounter the worldwide Catholic community. Paul Jarzembowski, World Youth Day national coordinator for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, has said they have seen more young people in their 20s participating in this WYD, whereas in years past more of the pilgrims have been teenagers.