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Topic: WYD 2011

At 84, the Pope is preparing for a gruelling visit to Germany which would exhaust a man 30 years younger. How does he do it? Well, there’s an answer to that…

This Pope is almost a one-man proof of the existence of God

Pilgrims journey home after World Youth Day

James Kelliher of the Diocese of Westminster describes an unforgettable experience

Morning Catholic must-reads: 29/08/11

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

World Youth Day was a success but, my goodness, it was badly organised

The papal events at Cuatro Vientos airfield were dangerously chaotic

Pope recalls ‘unforgettable’ World Youth Day in Madrid

Benedict XVI reflects on trip to Spain at general audience

Ugly anti-papal protests are harming the so-called secularist cause

Protesting about the Pope coming to your city is appalling bad manners

After the storm ceased, the Pope thanked the two million for their ‘joy and resistance’. Then they knelt in the mud before the Blessed Sacrament. That’s the meaning of the Catholic faith

Those two million young Catholics are just so unfashionable. Long may it remain so

Morning Catholic must-reads: 23/08/11

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

WYD 2011: Pope leaves Spain at end of World Youth Day

Benedict XVI thanks his hosts at end of four-day trip

WYD 2011: Full text of Pope’s address at farewell ceremony

Benedict XVI gives thanks for a ‘feast of faith’