The Vatican City is a remarkable place. It’s the smallest country in the world, the epicentre of the world’s biggest religion, the home of the Pope, and is a place which shapes the course of human history.
Ann talks about her experience at Youth 2000 and how we shouldn’t let social media control us, but that we should use it for the greater good.
WYD was amazing, but what do I do with my life now? Ann talks about her experience and what happens next.
Anel reflects on a packed first day in Krakow, as World Youth Day officially begins.
Phil reviews a lovely day in Welwyn Garden City at the Focolare Centre for Unity.
There are lots of reasons for becoming an Altar Server. We explore seven of them and look at why becoming one might be one of the best things you could do.
WYM is beginning the Year of Mercy with our Youth Mass! Join us, and the Music Ministry scholars, at this great occasion!
We see them every time we go to Mass, but do we even know what they’re called, let alone why they’re there?
There are probably a number of things about the Ordinary form of the Mass that you take for granted. Tim explains some of them here!
We’re now halfway through our Lourdes pilgrimage! It’s been a busy few days, but fortunately today was slightly less intense, giving many of us a bit more time to reflect on the pilgrimage so far.