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22Nov, 2010

League of Heroes

BYCCmasks Throughout this holiday week, we offer praise to our Lord in Thanksgiving for a wonderful BYCC weekend!

There were so many memories… the laughter at the antics of APeX mixed in with a solid message; the multitude of voices joining Joia Farmer and Paul Hood and band singing Don’t Stop Believing; the deep quiet during Eucharistic Adoration and Lectio Divina; the powerful witnesses offered by young people; the ocean-stilled, moon-illuminated rosary on the beach; and, the joy of being “youngchurch” together again!

Following-up on the weekend…

>> The participants generously donated over $1300 to Catholic Relief Services in support of Peace in the Sudan.
>> If you missed the creative presentation of the BYCC rules or want to see them again, check out this youtube posting. The Saints video shown came from Life Teen.
>> Photographer (and Videographer) Extraordinaire Sean Comber has set photos on-line from the conference.
01 11-25-10.indd >> Matt Palmer from the Catholic Review blogged throughout the weekend and had video as well! This week’s print edition will feature stories, profiles, and pictures!
>> Videos – APeX: Balancing a Chair, Four, not Five, Bowling Pins, and on Grace.
                – Joia Farmer: Sweet Child of Mine, Don’t Stop Believin’, Our God Will Rise
                  “More Cowbell” on Righteous Soul, a funky Hokey Pokey, and
                   Amazing Grace at the close of Adoration
                – Bob McCarty: Discipleship
                – Matt Palmer: These Kids are Passionate about Their Faith
>> Father Austin posted his homily at Eucharistic Adoration as well as the homily for Christ the King on-line (Sorry,I missed that in my newsletter earlier today!!!)
>> Father John Hurley’s closing comments at the end of Mass sending the young people forth have been added to Matt Palmer’s blog.

God bless all young people who choose to be Heroes as disciples of Jesus Christ throughout their daily lives.


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