The History of the Catholic Church
Chapter 10: World Youth Day: A look back at the bond between the youth and the Pope
World Youth Day: A look back at the bond between the youth and the Pope
Film Focus: The history of World Youth Day is discussed in this video and its legacy viewed with great hope.
Text Focus: Pg. 342
1. Who instituted World Youth Day? Why do you think he did so?
2. St. John Paul II gave the youth a cross as a reminder of his visit. What message do you think he intended to send with that gift?
3. How many popes have celebrated World Youth Day? Why do you think they continue to do so?
4. What message do you think the popes are sending when they make time to meet with the youth?
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