WYD HUB 2016
Posted on 4:57am on April 2nd 2015
New Look WYD2016 Krakow Website Launched

The World Youth Day Office in Krakow has released a new-look website for pilgrims planning to attend WYD2016 in July next year! Check it out at www.krakow2016.com/en/
Posted on 3:13am on April 1st 2015
Australia's Pilgrimage to WYD2016 Krakow - Promo Video

Dear young friends in this generation the Lord is counting on you! Are you ready to say yes? Pope Francis is calling the young people of the world to gather in Krakow, the place where St John Paul II called home. Will you answer the call? Take a look at the official Aussie Pilgrimage Promo Video for World Youth Day Krakow 2016!
Posted on 11:46pm on March 29th 2015
Pope Invites Young People to WYD2016 during Angelus Address

"Dear young people, I urge you to continue your journey both in your dioceses and in your pilgrimage across the continents, which will carry you all next year to Krakow, the homeland of St. John Paul II, who first initiated the World Youth Days." Click here for the full text of Pope Francis’ Angelus address following the Palm Sunday Mass in St. Peter’s Square on 29 March 2015.
Posted on 11:09pm on March 29th 2015
World Youth Day 2016 in Poland will offer 'Message of Mercy'

A new airport, improved road and rail links, a fleet of dream buses and "Youth Bible" are among features projected for the Catholic Church's 14th international celebration of World Youth Day in Krakow, Poland, in 2016. "It's still 16 months to go, but the planning is well advanced," said Msgr. Bronislaw Fidelus, a co-organizer of the event scheduled for July 26-Aug. 1. Click here for some updates on World Youth Day 2016 - which is expected to attract more than 2 million pilgrims!
Posted on 10:34pm on March 29th 2015
Blessed are the Merciful - Unofficial English Translation (Australian) of the WYD2016 Song

In Krakow, on the 6th of January (the feast of the Epiphany) the first performance of the official hymn of the World Youth Day Krakow 2016 was released. The hymn is titled “Blessed the merciful” – inspired by the theme of the WYD Krakow 2016 announced by the Holy Father, “Blessed are the merciful, for they will receive mercy” (Mt, 5,7). This video is the first ever performance of "Blessed are the Merciful" - The Unofficial English Translation (Australian), which was performed at the Diocese of Broken Bay World Youth Day launch event on Friday 27 March 2015.
Posted on 6:05am on March 26th 2015
Palm Sunday - World Youth Day 2015 - LIVE on Xt3.com

The Pope will be celebrating WYD2015 with young people from around the world during this weekend's Palm Sunday Mass at the Vatican. You are invited to the join the Holy Father and celebrate World Youth Day 2015 LIVE with Xt3 at 9:30am Rome time (6:30pm Sydney time) at www.xt3.com/live.
Posted on 9:48pm on March 25th 2015
Broken Bay Youth Singing Strong

When the voices and prayers ring out in Kraków, Poland for World Youth Day 2016, one group of young adults from Broken Bay will be singing strong….knowing that Australians throughout the celebrations are singing their version of the WYD2016 theme song. Read more here.
Posted on 10:19pm on March 23rd 2015
What's Your WYD Story?

How does an event like World Youth Day impact on a young person’s life? Every pilgrim has a different story….. Fr Paul Kim, St Mary of the Cross MacKillop Parish Warnervale, was a young seminarian in South Korea back in 2008 when he won a writing competition that earned him a ticket to World Youth Day celebrations in Sydney, Australia. Read his story here.
Posted on 10:37pm on March 17th 2015
#PrayforWYD - A Virtual Marathon of Prayers for WYD16

As the countdown to World Youth Day 2016 in Krakow passed the 500-days to go mark, the WYD Organising Committee has teamed up with Spanish social media group 'May Feelings' to launch a virtual marathon of prayers called #prayforWYD.
Posted on 12:25am on March 12th 2015
John Paul II's Special Bond with World Youth Day

World Youth Day was initiated by Pope John Paul II, who was convinced that young people need more good advice from the Church; but rather, they also need someone to accompany them and teach them how to express themselves in the best way. This is how World Youth Day was born, and as a result a special relationship was developed between the Holy Father and the young people of the world. WYD2016 in Krakow will continue this legacy, with Saint John Paul II named as the patron Saint. Watch this video for more.

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