The Catholic Church in Panama celebrates the first anniversary of World Youth Day
“A year after celebrating this wonderful World Youth Day, we can say that this small seed has grown and is bearing much fruit.” So says José Ulloa Mendieta, Archbisop of Panama, underscording that one ...
WYD Panama 2019
The last pages of the diary of this extraordinary adventure that this World Youth Day has been
Saturday. “Vigil” is not “the day before, the eve, but in ancient use, the fact of keeping watch, of paying attention to everything that is about to happen, the preparation, also ...
Thursday. The Pope is here, in Panama and the city woke up today knowing the long wait had finished and the time to meet him had actually come. During the catechesis in the morning, you could feel the ...
On the day the Holy Father arrived in Panama, the WYD was in full swing with the activities of the pilgrim groups: catechesis, meantime, a profitable dialogue among the young people and ...
A manual for smartphones available in three languages will be presented in Panama
Is the embryo only a clot of cells? Are prenatal diagnosis techniques acceptable? Who can judge the value of life? Is assisted reproduction the only alternative in the event of ...
Ecological Conversion in Action
Helping young people to become aware of the challenges highlighted by Pope Francis in the Encyclical Letter Laudato si’ and find ways to promote a culture for safeguarding Creation are the themes at ...
Video interview with the Secretary of the Dicastery on the eve of the Panama gathering. Expectations and interrelationship with the Synod on Young People and the next international Forum in June
Just before leaving for Panama, Father Alexandre Awi Mello answers some questions on the encounter of the young people attending the WYD with the people and the Church of Central America. ...
Expectations related to this now imminent event and above all in relation to Pope Francis’ meeting with the young people from all the continents; how the World Youth Day in Panama can be an ...
On the eve of the World Youth Day in Panama (22-27 January) preparations for those travelling and initiatives for those remaining
Fifteen bishops and 900 young people; this is the Italian group attending the Panama meeting that will end with the visit of Pope Francis. However, already on January 16th, five hundred young people ...
In a meeting with journalists, Archbishop Ulloa described the situation a month away from the WYD
Pope Francis will bring to Panama a message of “hope” to the young people of Central America, above all “to those who are victims of violence, those who are forced to emigrate, those who have been ...