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Catholic Teens Still Coming Down After Excitement Of World Youth Day

TORONTO—More than a week after the historic gathering, Catholic teens are still coming down from the excitement of World Youth Day, held July 28 in Toronto. "That was so totally rad, celebrating the Lord with the Pope and 800,000 of my fellow young Christians," said Missy Allen of Stillwater, OK. "It was just like Woodstock, only with more Christ and none of the sinful sex and drugs and rock music."

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