This was the headline of one of the principal newspapers in Chone on Monday, October 25th. On Sunday, October 24th, we celebrated in Chone the Youth Day on a provincial level that about 1800 young people participated in. At the beginning they were only going to be 800, which are already quite a few, but at the last minute people began to call letting us know that more people had signed up.
On October 23rd we had a day get-together with the girls from catechism class. God gave us a wonderful, sunny day which allowed us to take off our jackets that were beginning to bother us.
Among the 18 girls that came, there were many 2nd graders (who came for the first time) and some girls from 3rd, 4th and 6th grade (who had come on other occasions).
Saturday, October 16, 2010. Fabero 3:45 pm. The Servant sisters leave the house running towards the parish. Some of the families and youth of the parish who were going to go to the reception of the World Youth Day Cross were waiting there for them. A group of 45 people made up of children, young people and adults went in bus to the city of Ponferrada to meet up with all the people of other nearby villages who had gathered at the Church of San Antonio.
We are going to tell you about the two get-togethers that we have had in Alcalá de Guadaíra (Seville). One was on Saturday, October 2nd, and the other was on the 9th. The first get-together was only for girls, and 45 came that day. The six best monitors in the whole wide world also came and we thank them for all their work.
The weekend of October 1st-3rd, the diocese of Getafe (Spain) organized a youth pilgrimage to the Marian shrine of Guadalupe, in the province of Cáceres. The Servant Sisters of the community of Getafe, who are currently living in Móstoles, accompanied the 550 young people this weekend.
Dúo Santa Cecilia (St. Cecilia Duo) sang I Prefer Paradise as a tribute to Sr. Clare on the third anniversary of her death.