WORLD YOUTH DAY
On the feast of St Francis Assisi it was announced that World Youth Day Lisbon 2023 has been set for August 1-6. At the same time, the Pope's Message for this year's World Youth Day at the local level that will be held on November 21, coinciding with the feast of Christ the King, has been released.
“O youth, you can conquer the world, no more no less!” This theme reverberated near to 150 young people from the different islands of the Philippines gathered virtually for the launching of the annual program of IT Youth, the youth movement of the TA in this country.
TA member Milly Hellers preaches at the Octave of Our Lady of Consolation in Luxembourg Cathedral.
Young people joining TA groups in Peru celebrate an ‘open’ Easter Triduum with the theme "From a distance, together in faith”. They share their experience in a short letter.
Project Youth ACT
160 young people from 14 countries of América and Europe, participating online in two webinars for closing the 3rd semester of the current project of EDIW, Youth ACT. This Project is being carried out by EDIW with universities and associations in Europe and America.
2nd FORUM. Spain
80 young people took part virtually in the 2nd Teresian Association Spain Youth Forum to discuss the theme Giving Voice to Life and Hope. They represented schools, colleges, social projects, InteRed NGDO and international programmes.
On 22 November, in a ceremony in St Peter’s Basilica in Rome, at the conclusion of the Mass presided over by Pope Francis, young people from Panama handed over the symbols of World Youth Day (WYD) to young people from Portugal.
The NGDO InteRed is proposing a series of activities and resources to celebrate International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. The commemoration this year is to show us that this kind of violence is claiming more victims each year than the current COVID-19 pandemic
30 years of friendship and spiritual journey fortified by Teresian Charism - that is how we describe the treasured experience we had with the IT Youth Philippines. Thanks to technology, despite the distance, time zone differences and quarantine controls, the IT Youth managed to meet and to greet each other virtually