WYD Toronto

In Toronto, the last International WYD in which JPII was present he told the 800,000 gathered with him at the vigil, “When, back in 1985, I wanted to start the World Youth Days… I imagined a powerful moment in which the young people of the world could meet Christ, who is eternally young, and could learn from him how to be bearers of the Gospel to other young people. This evening, together with you, I praise God and give thanks to him for the gift bestowed on the Church through the World Youth Days. Millions of young people have taken part, and as a result have become better and more committed Christian witnesses.”
John Paul II left a legacy for the youth in his institution of World Youth Day, which Pope Benedict XVI has faithfully continued, carrying on the hope of His predecessor for the youth of the world, inviting them and commissioning them as Christ’s disciples to be faithful living witnesses.

David A. Vogel

I don't want to conform, to the ways of this world. I don't wish to be miss informed or reformed, by the teachings and misinterpretations of those in this world.

I will strive to be Transformed, by the Creator of this world "Almighty God". For, I am in this world, but yet, I am not of this world. My goal, is not to be approved by mankind, but yet, by my Father, who dwells over all things, throughout this world, and throughout eternity "GOD"