Opening Mass at World Youth Day 2011 in Madrid
Magis 2011 pilgrim Emma Scuglik captured this video of her and her Magis group as they prepared for the opening Mass for World Youth Day in Madrid, Spain.
From Magis to Madrid
After being apart for a week to participate in various pilgrimages across Spain, Portugal and North Africa, the Magis participants now regroup in Madrid to experience World Youth Day together.
From Magis to World Youth Day with Jesuit Michael Rossman
Jesuit scholastic Michael Rossman chaperones pilgrims to the southern coastal town of Roquetas de Mar in Spain to work with the elderly.
Taking a Break in Puente La Reina during Magis 2011
In Puente La Reina, a group from Marquette University was takes a break from their pilgrimage to Javier, the birthplace of Jesuit Saint Francis Xavier. Magis pilgrims John and Patricia discuss what they’ve been doing on their pilgrimage and how they are looking forward to what World Youth Day has in store.
Magis Pilgrims Live Out the Five Rules of Pilgrimage
Marquette University student Emma Scuglik interviews some Hong Kong pilgrims and other new found friends who are accompanying her along her Magis 2011 pilgrimage on what the five rules of a successful pilgrimage entail.
U.S. Jesuit Chaperone and Students Discuss What Magis 2011 is All About
Accompanying the Magis pilgrims are Jesuit chaperones like novice Michael Rossman, who is currently in his First Studies as a Jesuit at Loyola University Chicago, and is chaperoning a group of pilgrims from Marquette University. Before they departed from Loyola to being their Magis experiences, Rossman and three Marquette students shared what Magis 2011 is all about.
Pilgrims Share Their Thoughts on Upcoming Magis 2011 Experiences
In this video, Marquette University students Lindsey Cutner, Kristin Berthene and Emma Scuglik share their thoughts on what their upcoming Magis experience holds for them.
“I think the thought I will take out of this Magis experience is the universality of the Catholic church,” says Cutner. “Because being in the U.S., I don’t see Catholics from different countries, so it is amazing to see Catholics from countries all over the world.”
Preparing Sanctuary of Loyola for the Magis 2011 Pilgrims
For the pilgrims now arriving in Loyola today to begin their Magis experience, this is just the start of their 10 days of being “with Christ at the heart of the world.”
For the Magis volunteers, coordinators, Jesuits, lay partners and organizers, Magis 2011 has been over a year of planning, preparing and practicing. It has all been leading up to this.
Getting Ready for Magis and World Youth Day 2011 in Spain
Marquette University student Emma Scuglik is taking us along on her travels to Spain. In the video below, she shares her excitement with us as she packs for Spain and tries to figure out how she is going to fit everything she needs for a three week trip into just one backpack.
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