World Youth Day (WYD) is more than just a meeting that thousands or even millions of young people flock to. WYD is a testimony of a living Church that is continually being renewed. Youth are the protagonist of this meeting of faith hope and unity. The main goal of WYD is let youth know about Christ’s message. It is also true that through them (the young people) the young ‘face’ of Jesus is shown to the world.
There are several activities to attend such as catechesis, cultural events and moments for sharing your thoughts. There is also an agenda of major events (such as the Opening Mass, Papal Welcome Ceremony, Stations of the Cross, the Vigil of Youth with the Pope, and the Final Mass) among others.
Yes, the brand World Youth Day is a registered brand owned by Mitra Arquiepiscopal from Rio de Janeiro, which retains its exclusive use. Whatever use of the logo or the name of the JMJ must get the authorization or a process of licensing.
The volunteer commitment is not compatible with the journalist’s function. Therefore we suggest you keep your commitment as a volunteer.
You can access it by opening the link on the green banner in the press area, on the WYD website. Following link http://www.rio2013.com/en/press/registration
It is not enough. Each request will go through a validation process within the WYD organization and government agencies envolved.
No. Media Centers and other areas designed for press coverage will only be accessible for the duly accredited press.
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