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World Youth Day 2000

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XV World Youth Day
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DateAugust 15–20, 2000
LocationRome, Italy
TypeYouth festival
Theme"The word was made flesh,
and dwelt amongst us
"
(John 1:14)
Organised byCatholic Church
ParticipantsPope John Paul II
Previous1997 Paris
Next2002 Toronto
WebsiteOfficial site

World Youth Day 2000 was a Catholic youth festival held from August 15–20, 2000 in Rome, Italy.

Pope's message to the event

"After having crossed the continents, this Cross now returns to Rome bringing with it the prayer and commitment of millions of young people who in it have recognized the simple and sacred sign of God's love for humanity. As you know, precisely Rome will host the World Youth Day of the year 2000, in the heart of the Great Jubilee."

Message of John Paul II for WYD 2000, June 29, 1999

Theme

"The word was made flesh, and dwelt amongst us" (John 1:14)[1] Pope John Paul II chose as the motto of this World Youth Day, the lapidary phrase with which the apostle John expresses the mystery of God made man. According to the apostle John: "What distinguishes the Christian faith in all other religions is the certainty that the man Jesus of Nazareth is the Son of God, the Word made flesh, the Second Person of the Trinity entered the world".[2]

Anthem

The Official hymn "Emmanuel",[3][4] sung in Italian, Spanish, English and French, was composed by Marco Mammoli, Marco Brusati, Mauro Labellarte and Massimo Versaci[5] and arranged by Valter Vincenti. It was performed by Giuseppe Barbera.[6]

The logo summarizes the three fundamental elements of the World Youth Day: the place, the protagonists and the meeting. The city of Rome is represented by the dome of St. Peter's Basilica and the arms of the Bernini colonnade. The image of the dome recalls the reality of the Church and the pontiff.

The meeting between the Church and the world takes place through an "embrace", which represents the Church that welcomes the young Catholics of Rome.

For the colors, three flat colors of the same gradation werde chosen: yellow, orange and red. Yellow and red are the colors of the city of Rome, while the orange symbolizes the meeting as it is a mix between these two colors.[7]

Events

World Youth Day 2000
World Youth Day 2000
World Youth Day in St. Peter's Square
World Youth Day in St. Peter's Square

The international level celebration of World Youth Day in 2000 was meant to coincide with the Jubilee Year[8] proclaimed by Pope John Paul II, to celebrate 2000 years since the birth of Jesus Christ. This is also reflected in the theme for the celebrations.

The program of the Days

The Pope greeted the pilgrims in St. Peter's Square before the WYDs, "Days in the Dioceses" were held, which for the first time included volunteer experiences.

Tuesday 15 August

The fifteenth WYD officially began in the afternoon with the opening mass in Archbasilica of St. John Lateran presided by the Pope reserved for young Romans and Italians. Subsequently, the Pope moved to St. Peter's Square in which there was a celebration of welcome reserved for young foreigners.

Wednesday 16 August

Beginning of the three days of morning catechesis for the participants, held in some churches in Rome and neighboring dioceses divided by linguistic groups held by cardinals and bishops from all over the world. From this day it was possible for the young participants take the Jubilee Pilgrimage crossing the Holy Door of St. Peter's Basilica.

Thursday 17 August

The program of the previous day was repeated.

Friday 18 August

The program of the previous day was repeated. In the evening there was a Via Crucis with the cross of the Holy Year presided by Camillo Ruini from the Basilica of Santa Maria in Ara Coeli at the Colosseum.

Saturday 19 August

At noon all the church bells of Rome played at the Angelus prayer party. The young people went to the Tor Vergata area, reached in the evening by the pope who presided the vigil. John Paul II called the young people "sentinels in the morning" ("sentinelle del mattino") and invited them not to resign themselves to the injustices of the world. The pope asked all participants to defend peace, to make the world more and more habitable and to say their "yes" to Christ as the center of their ideal and realization of happiness.

"If you are what you must be, you will set the whole world ablaze!" (Pope John Paul II) [9]

Sunday 20 August

In the morning the Eucharistic celebration was not held at Saint Peter's Square but in the University of Rome Tor Vergata,[10] followed by the recital of the Angelus prayer. After that, Pope announced that the 2002 WYD would be held in Toronto.

Yes, dear friends, Christ loves us and he loves us for ever! He loves us even when we disappoint him, when we fail to meet his expectations for us. He never fails to embrace us in his mercy.[11]

Delegations and public of WYD

157 countries were represented at these world days.[12]

According to the organizers, about two million young people participated,[13][14] one of the highest registered, but less than five million from the Manila edition.[15]

The French delegation is quite important (70,000 people), a logical consequence of the enthusiasm for the World Youth Day 1997 in Paris, including also 12,000 Germans.

In Italy, journalists coined the term "Papaboy" to indicate the young people who attended the meeting. The term soon became commonplace to indicate the participants of all subsequent gatherings with the Pope.[16]

References

  1. ^ "XV. Weltjugendtag, 2000 - Johannes Paul II". w2.vatican.va. Retrieved 21 February 2018.
  2. ^ "Jornada Mundial de la Juventud 2000". Retrieved 21 February 2018.
  3. ^ "Emmanuel". www.gmg2000.it. Retrieved 21 February 2018.
  4. ^ "vatican.va". Retrieved 21 February 2018.
  5. ^ "Features". Deezer. Retrieved 21 February 2018.
  6. ^ http://www.gmg2000.it/it/emmanuel_2.htm
  7. ^ "GMG2000 - Home Page Italiana". www.gmg2000.it.
  8. ^ "XV JMJ - 2000". www.vatican.va. Retrieved 21 February 2018.
  9. ^ http://www.vatican.va/content/john-paul-ii/en/homilies/2000/documents/hf_jp-ii_hom_20000820_gmg.html. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  10. ^ "20 de Agosto de 2000, Encerramento da XV Jornada Mundial da Juventude - João Paulo II". w2.vatican.va. Retrieved 21 February 2018.
  11. ^ "20 August 2000, Closing of World Youth Day - John Paul II". www.vatican.va. Retrieved 21 February 2018.
  12. ^ "Pape au balcon, pèlerins en pamoison". Retrieved 21 February 2018.
  13. ^ m.ina.de
  14. ^ "la Repubblica/cronaca: Il dossier sul Giubileo  dei giovani a Roma". www.repubblica.it. Retrieved 21 February 2018.
  15. ^ On the Manila edition, cf. Corriere della Sera, "Ocean of crowd for the Pope. In five million in Manila, and Wojtyla speaks to all of Asia"
  16. ^ Sapere.it. "Papaboy". www.sapere.it. Retrieved 21 February 2018.

External links

Media related to World Youth Day 2000 at Wikimedia Commons

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