Our Youth

Let Them Speak: Youth’s POV on Brooklyn Catholic Youth Day

By Victoria Mauceri

St. Adalbert’s Youth Ministry Group strikes a pose after lunch.

Brooklyn Catholic Youth Day is a fun time for the youth to gather and celebrate God and all of His glory. It’s also a time to meet kids from different parts of New York and to learn about their experiences. My experience at Brooklyn Catholic Youth Day was a lot of fun, not only did I enjoy the music, but I also enjoyed the fun games put together to bring some of us closer.

In all, Brooklyn Catholic Youth Day is something kids younger, older, and my age should experience because it’s a lot of fun and you get to learn more about what it means to be a young Catholic.

Keeping her cool during the intense moments of the movie trivia game, Victoria was one of the last contestants who made it to the final round. (Photos: Melissa Enaje)

Mauceri is an eighth grader from St. Adalbert, Elmhurst, and a member of St. Adalbert’s Youth Ministry Group. This is her second time attending Brooklyn Catholic Youth Day.

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