It has already been a few months since the pilgrims of World Youth Day (WYD) in Rio de Janeiro have returned. Yet, the memory, impressions, and inspirations of WYD are still lingering in their hearts and impacting their lives. A special thank you to Katherine, Erika, and Carl who have shared their experiences with us. Let us learn from their lessons in encounter, community, and evangelization and prepare our hearts to join them for WYD Krakow 2016!
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Katherine with Renato Sander (Sodalitium Christianae Vitae), Bishop Conley (Lincoln, NE), and Archbishop Aquila (Denver, CO) at the final Mass in Copacabana beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
"Among the many things in my World Youth Day experience that struck and changed me was the strong sense of belonging to a family, of coming to realize for the first time what it means to share such a bond with people across the world. This was especially true in my encounter with the Christian Life Movement. The day after the final Mass, we came together as a Movement at the Shrine of Our Lady of Aparecida, and the sense of belonging that I felt as we celebrated Mass and sang together and stood in awe at the splendor of our Mother is impossible to describe in words; it is certainly something I will never forget. I felt that I was touched deeply by people I had never met, some of whom I could not have spoken to if I tried because of the language barrier between us. What united us was something much deeper and more lingering than a conversation though—it was our reason for being there. Somehow journeying from all parts of the world to be together, both at World Youth Day and on that particular day at the shrine to honor Our Lady showed a bond between us that I can still feel. It is this bond which helps me remember, now that I am back in the routine of my everyday life, that every person with whom I come into contact during my day is my brother or my sister, closer than a blood relative, and that the call to make disciples of all nations is, as Pope Francis reminded us, possible—possible to accomplish through the little encounters of everyday life, which in turn have effects reaching far beyond home."