Photos from the The Summit at Westminster Cathedral, taken by Mazur/cbcew.org.uk.
On Friday 18 October, we organised, for the first time at the Westminster Cathedral, our Eucharist-centred event for all the young people of our diocese, called The Summit.
Alex provides some reflections and advice on what to do near the end of Mass when we’re approaching the priest for Holy Communion and receiving Jesus.
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.
As Catholics, we believe that the bread and wine used in the Mass become the body and blood of Christ. It’s a bold claim, especially considering it still looks, feels, smells and tastes just like bread and wine.
We see them every time we go to Mass, but do we even know what they’re called, let alone why they’re there?
Rain was a persistent companion in today’s events, but this didn’t stop us from continuing with our schedule, which included Mass, youth events and a procession!
With Catholic Underground coming up this Saturday, we thought we’d share a little clip with you from the previous one…