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Ichtus of Lednica - the Symbol of Christ

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Gate - Fish

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Lednica2004

VIII Ogólnopolskie Spotkanie Młodzieży - Lednica 2004

The Poland-wide Youth Meeting Lednica 2000 (known as Lednica) is a major gathering of Polish Catholic youth, organized near Poznań, in Lednica (near the Lednica lake, a place where it is believed that the first Polish monarchs accepted the Catholic faith). Lednica gatherings have been organized since 1997 and take place on the first Saturday of June every year. Lednica 2000 is organized by a famous Dominican friar Jan Góra.

The gatherings are a significant demonstrations of Catholic youth activity.

The former pope John Paul II, sent an annual special message to participants of Lednica, a tradition which has been continued by his succesor, Benedict XVI.

The meetings

  • 2 June 1997, (20 000 participants) - We have to go
  • 30 May 1998, (50 000 participants) - Never alone
  • 4 June 1999, (60 000 participants) - To see the reason
  • 10 June 2000, (70 000 participants) - Choose Christ!
  • 2 June 2001, (90 000 participants) - Duc in altum!
  • 18 May 2002, (100 000 participants) - Invite Christ
  • 7 June 2003, (140 000 participants) - The talent liturgy
  • 29 May 2004, (180 000 participants) - Let us be caught in the net of love!
  • 4 June 2005, (150 000 participants) - Let us meet by the Source
  • 3 June 2006, (70 000 participants) - Christ is the way
  • 2 June 2007, (45 000 participants) - Send me, with the presence of Cardenal Stanisław Dziwisz
  • 7 June 2008, (70 000 participants) - I called you friends!, with the presence of Archbishop Kazimierz Nycz

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