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Salesians to lead sessions at Adoremus Youth Congress


The Salesians are very proud to be sponsoring Adoremus Youth, an event for young people taking place on Saturday 8th September, as part of the National Eucharistic Congress in Liverpool.
Over 1000 young people from all over the UK are expected to take part in the event, held at the Echo Arena, close to the city's historic waterfront. The theme is "I an the Bread of Life", and a range of inspiring speakers has been lined up, together with great music, engaging activities and culminating in Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.
The event s aimed at young people from 13 - 20, with age-appropriate activities taking place in three streams, for those aged 13-15, 16-17 and 18-20.  Sessions for 16-17 year-olds will be led by a Salesian team which will include SDBs.
 The programme begins at 11.30 (doors open at 10am) and ends at 5.30, and the cost is just £10 each. If you’d like to have a stall at the event to showcase your work, you can register for one with a donation of £20, and you can also support Adoremus Youth as a sponsor. For info on all this, follow the link below.

The programme  includes music from Jo Boyce and friends, and a range of inspirational speakers including Katie Prejean. Cardinal Nichols and Archbishop McMahon are also taking part. We will hear testimonies from young people, and in addition to the Salesians, there will be input from Rise Theatre, Cafod, Animate, One Hope Project, Joel’s Bar and a whole lot more.


The day will be brought to a close with exposition of the Blessed Sacrament., and if anyone wants to continue after that, they can go on to Night Fever at the city’s Blessed Sacrament Shrine from 7.30-10.30pm.


Last modified on Tuesday, 03 July 2018 16:35


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