Welcome to Magis

Here's a great video from The Jesuit Post, who are on the scene at Magis, the program for youth sponsored by the Jesuits, which precedes World Youth Day.  I'm sure you'll recognize a few familiar names, faces and schools!  

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Shemis uy
5 years 3 months ago
different country , different state and different cultures but united us one organization and its THE JESUIT! How I wish I can join the world youth day next time. I wasn't able this year and too bad because I really want to go in Brazil. Shemis uy from Boston!
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