Sunday, June 1, 2008

Vatican World Youth Day FDC

Vatican FDC
Name: The 23rd World Youth Day, Sydney 2008
Date of Issue: 15 May 2008

World Youth Day (It. La Giornata Mondiale della Gioventù) is a youth oriented Roman Catholic Church promotional event aimed at young people. While the event itself celebrates the Catholic faith, young people are invited without discrimination. World Youth Day is not associated with International Youth Day or any of the international observance days.

The 23rd World Youth Day (WYD) is the largest youth event in the world and will be held in Sydney from Tuesday 15 to Sunday 20 July 2008.

Organised by the Catholic Church, WYD brings together young people from around the globe to celebrate and learn about their faith on a more regular basis.

WYD08 will be the largest event Australia has ever hosted. It will attract over 125,000 international visitors - more than the 2000 Olympics.

WYD08 will mark the first visit of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI to Australia.

Through the WYD08 experience, young people from throughout the world will make a pilgrimage in faith, meet, and experience the love of God.

World Youth Day is an invitation from the Pope to the youth of the world to celebrate their faith around a particular theme. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Official Website of the WYD08

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