Monday, August 1, 2011


“The generation of the 1960s confused revolutionary and libertarian ideas with their own personal contradictions. The generation of the 1980s witnessed the fall of the Berlin Wall, experienced the charisma of John Paul II, and were more open to the spiritual dimension in their lives. The generation of the third millennium is the generation of the internet and social networks, the youth of the digital age.”
Fr. Frederico Lombardi commenting  that World Youth Day is not a "Catholic Woodstock".*

 *Woodstock was the name given to a rock concert ^ in Woodstock, New York in 1969. The admission was free and it is said to have attracted over 50,000 people.
^ A rock concert was a staged event, either indoor or outdoor, where musicians would perform popular music, often using electric instruments> for an audience.

>Instruments were objects designed to assist musicians in performing live or recorded music.