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On Saturday, July 29, 2016, Pope Francis presided over the prayer vigil during the World Youth Day 2016 in Krakow, Poland. Below, you can find the full text of his prepared remarks during the vigil at Campus Misericordae: Dear young people, good evening! It is good to be here with you at this Prayer Vigil! ...read more
Story and Photos by James Ramos Maria offered us a place inside the bush. Suddenly, this sweet Polish lady moved so that we could find a place along the fence line to see Pope Francis in his Popemobile and we now found ourselves between a big green bush and a fence on Straszwskiego Street. Maria ...read more
On Saturday, July 30, 2016, Pope Francis celebrated Mass with priests, religious, consecrated persons and seminarians at St. John Paul II’s Shrine in Krakow during World Youth Day Krakow 2016. Belo, you will find the full text of his prepared address: The words of the Gospel we have just heard (cf. Jn 20:19-31) speak to ...read more
Written by Ian Meaden I spent the past couple of days trying to think of an interesting aspect of World Youth Day to write about, namely because there is so much I could talk about. There is so much going on all the time. For those reading this blog who may not know, World Youth ...read more
On Friday, July 29, 2016, Pope Francis led the Way of the Cross at Jordan Park in Krakow Blonia with the youth for the World Youth Day Krakow 2016. Below, find the full text of the Holy Father’s prepared remarks following the conclusion of the Way of the Cross: I was hungry and you gave me ...read more
On Friday, July 29, 2016, Pope Francis visited the Children’s University Hospital (UCH) in Prokocim, Kraków as part of his visit to Krakow for the World Youth Day 2016. Below, you will find the full text of his prepared greetings: Dear brothers and sisters, A special part of my visit to Kraków is this meeting ...read more
July 29, 2016 Ottawa, ON – Today, His Holiness Pope Francis will visit the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland. The Pope’s visit is an important occasion to recall the terrible consequences of hatred and indifference in the world. This will mark the third papal visit to the infamous site, following in the footsteps of Saint ...read more
On Thursday, July 28, 2016 Pope Francis was officially welcomed to World Youth Day at Jordan Park, Blonia in Krakow. Below, find the full text of his prepared address: Dear Young Friends, good evening! At last we are together! Thank you for your warm welcome! I thank Cardinal Dziwisz, the bishops, priests, men and women religious, ...read more
In a video link with Italian youth on Wednesday evening, Pope Francis responded to questions of three young people. Below is the English translation of the dialogue. P. –Good evening, your Holiness. First of all, thank you for finding the time, even though you have just arrived in Krakow, to link up with us. You ...read more
Below is Cardinal Stanislas Dziwisz, (Archbishop of Krakow) Introduction and homily at today’s opening mass for World Youth Day 2016 in Blonia Park in Krakow. My Dear Friends! The moment we have been waiting 3 years for has arrived. We have been waiting since the day Pope Francis announced in Rio de Janeiro that the ...read more