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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : July 2 2008
24 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, July 3, 2008 Faith, fun & joy St Mary's Cathedral Friday, July 18 Stations of the Cross: 3pm-6pm Locations: St Mary's Cathedral, Barangaroo, Darling Harbour, Sydney Opera House Forecourt, Domain A re-enactment of the last moments of Jesus' life. Pilgrims are encouraged to stay station for the entire three hours. Station 1: The Last Supper: St Mary's Cathedral Station 2: The Agony in the garden: Domain Station 3: Jesus before the Sanhedrin: Art Gallery of NSW Station 4: Jesus before Pontius Pilate: Sydney Opera House Station 5: Jesus is whipped and crowned: Sydney Opera House Forecourt Station 6: Jesus carries his cross: Sydney Opera House Forecourt Station 7: Jesus helped by Simon of Cyrene: Cockle Bay Darling Harbour Station 8: Jesus speaks to the women of Jerusalem: Barangaroo Station 9: Jesus is stripped and nailed: Barangaroo (Special performance by Franc Station 10: Jesus and the Good Thief: Barangaroo (Special performance by Francin Station 11: Jesus speaks to Mary and John: Barangaroo Station 12: Jesus dies: Barangaroo Station 13: Jesus is buried: Barangaroo (Song Robert Galea) Where will the Pope be? Tuesday, July 15, 4.30-7.30pm - Opening mass with Cardinal George Pell at Barangaroo, east Darling Harbour. Thursday, July 17, 2.45-3.30pm - Pope Benedict XVI commemorates his arrival in Sydney with a Harbour cruise from Rose Bay to East Darling Harbour. Thursday, July 17, 4.45pm-5.30pm - The papal motorcade will tour Mrs Macquarie's Point, Circular Quay and the Sydney CBD. Friday, July 18, 3pm-6pm - Stations of the Cross production. Families are encouraged to go to Darling Harbour to observe the final six stations, or watch the whole production on screens at Circular Quay, Royal Botanic Gardens and Crescent Precinct in The Domain. Saturday, July 19, 7pm-9pm - Evening papal prayer vigil at Randwick Racecourse, also to be televised on big screens at Centennial Park. Sunday, July 20, 9am-12.30pm - The Pope will do a helicopter flyover of Randwick Racecourse and Centennial Park before the papal mass at the racecourse. Sydney Harbour Bridge Saturday, July 19 Pilgrimage Walk: 5.30am From the Sydney Harbour Bridge through the city to Randwick Racecourse in the Southern Cross Precinct. Sydney Opera House Thursday, July 17 SBS Youth Orchestra: 8pm Held at the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall. Friday, July 18 Sydney Symphony Orchestra performing Beethoven's "Missa Solemnis" for WYD08 Pilgrims: 8pm Conducted by Gianluigi Gelmetti. Randwick Racecourse & Centennial Park Saturday, July 19 Evening Vigil with the Pope: 7pm-9pm A vigil with candlelight, music, song, testimonies, homily by the Pope, and prayer. Pilgrims will sleep out under the stars at Randwick Racecourse, in preparation for the Final Mass on Sunday, July 20. The Sydney Youth Orchestra will perform hymns, including the WYD08 Marian Hymn Our Lady of the Southern Cross. The WYD08 Choir, soloist Lauren Zolezzi and the Ukrainian choir will also perform. Sunday, July 20 World Youth Day Papal motorcade: 9am Location: Centennial Park Final mass: 10am Location: Randwick Racecourse and Centennial Park. Up to 500,000 people are expected to attend the final mass. This is expected to be the largest gathering of people in the history of Australia. with performances from the WYD08 Orchestra and Choir, St Mary's Cathedral Choir and others. The next host city for World Youth Day will be announced at 12.15pm. Youth Festival events: 12.30pm-5pm Location: Randwick Racecourse and Centennial Park Are you looking for a genuinely different kind of insurance company? HBT/CCI204/LHS
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