Pope Francis wrote in a message last summer — in the long lead-up to World Youth Day 2016 — that the “Church must offer abundant signs of God’s presence and closeness, and reawaken in people’s hearts the ability to look to the essentials.” At the dinner of Polish pierogis, kielbasa, and paczki, Sarah Scofield, 25, from the Diocese of Knoxville, Tennessee, shared her impression of why World Youth Day is so important. “I come from a parish where there’s not a lot of Catholics around, and we have a young adults group, but there’s only really four or five active members. So I really wanted a larger community for fellowship,” Scofield said. “I wanted to know what other young adult groups were doing, seeing if there were outreach opportunities where we could combine multiple groups and really just learn about how, in other parishes, what [the young people’s] role is.” The Ojczyzna Polish Dancers from Baltimore, Maryland, provided cultural entertainment after dinner, demonstrating their folk dance tradition. Pope Emoji, Flat Francis, and #wydDC made the event technologically linked to the actual event in Krakow, allowing pilgrims to feel even more connected with fellow Catholics who were celebrating and partaking of the event on the ground. Morgan Kellman, 27, a local from the Brookland area and a volunteer at the event, described the feeling of being united with so many of her fellow faithfully religious young adults. “The Mass was a true celebration of the universal church. There were 1,000-plus young people from different walks of life, prayers of the faithful in a variety of languages, and Latin hymns,” Kellman said. When reflecting on Cardinal Wuerl’s homily at the closing Mass, Kellman noticed how the cardinal incorporated the message of the current Pope Francis as well as Pope John Paul II, who began the amazing tradition that is World Youth Day. “Cardinal Wuerl’s homily celebrated the young church, quoting Pope John Paul II and Pope Francis,” Kellman said.
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The video focuses on the many different classes, known as vocations, available in the game and how the player will be able to influence them. Fragments of the Forgotten Past will contain a series-record number of vocations, with over thirty available. Starting vocations will be of the classic Martial Artist, Thief, and Warrior variety. Switching between vocations is possible and necessary to unlock newer ones. Skills gained while mastering a vocation stay with the character forever, so it is advantageous to complete as many as possible. Monster vocations will also be available in the game. Monster vocations give the character the form of a monster and allow for unique abilities and some will offer altered overworld movement. These vocations are found by defeating the right monsters or finding the right treasure chests. Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forbidden Past is a full 3D remake of the 2000 PlayStation original.
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