Youth 2000 Summer Festival 2016

In this interview we learn about what happens at the annual Youth 2000 summer festival event which attracts over 1,000 young people.

The 2016 Youth 2000 Summer Festival is on 7-10th July at the Cistercian College in Mount St. Joseph Abbey, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary.

Festival details

This promises to be an absolutely amazing weekend where you can grow in your love and knowledge of God, meet new friends, catch up with old friends and enjoy plenty of fun and joy with those who wish to celebrate their faith!

Click here – youth2000.ie – to learn more about registering for the festival, view the bus routes available from all around the country, look at the frequently asked questions, and to view the highlights of the festival from last year!

How much will it cost?

This festival is donation only, so it won’t break the bank. You can give as much or as little as you can afford, all done anonymously.  The festival costs Youth 2000 €90,000 to run for the four days, which works out at €75 per person for four days or €19 per person per day.  Youth 2000 must raise every cent of this from scratch through fundraising, etc., so we really do depend on your generosity. If you genuinely cannot afford to donate much, please do come along anyway and do not let money be an obstacle.  Donate what you honestly can afford.

 

 

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A Question of Faith is a weekly half-hour programme created by iCatholic which is broadcast in the US on CatholicTV.  In this series, we hope to open up a conversation about faith and how it impacts on our daily lives.  You can contact us via the iCatholic website or directly via this email – QoF@iCatholic.ie