Traditional Catholic Youth Group to attend World Youth Day


Juventutem, an international group of young Catholics devoted to the Latin Mass will attend World Youth Day, and their events will feature some prominent Church figures.

Juventutem will be joined by an all-star panel of cardinals, archbishops and bishops: Archbishop Georg Eder, Emeritus from Salzburg, Austria will celebrate a pontifical High Mass in the Abbey Ottobeuren for the opening of the Juventutem Bavarian retreat, on August 10th, 2005. Cardinal Francis George (Archbishop of Chicago; Vice-President of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops) will address the Juventutem delegation in Cologne and will lead them in praying the rosary; Cardinal Francis Arinze (Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments) will address the Juventutem youth and will preside at vespers and benediction; Cardinal George Pell (Archbishop of Sydney, Australia) will also celebrate traditional vespers and benediction.

Jean-Pierre Ricard (Archbishop of Bordeaux; President of the French Episcopal Conference; member of the Pontifical Ecclesia Dei Commission), Raymond Burke (Archbishop of Saint-Louis, USA), Czeslaw Kozon (Bishop of Copenhagen, Denmark), and André-Mutien Léonard (Bishop of Namur, Belgium) will meet with the youth from Juventutem in Cologne; Archbishop Wolfgang Haas of Vaduz, Liechtenstein, will offer a pontifical High Mass in Bavaria for Juventutem; Bishop Fernando Rifan (Superior of the St John Mary Vianney Apostolic Administration) and Bishop George Alencherry (Thuckalay, India) will accompany Juventutem for the whole program, from August 10th-16th in Bavaria and August 17th-21st in Cologne.

Here is Juventutem's Website.

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