The "youngest" World Youth Day kicks off this year's campaign

The Pontifical Mission Societies of Spain has presented the annual edition of the Domund in which the missionary participation of young people is the undisputed protagonist.

Maria José Atienza-September 21, 2021-Reading time: 2 minutes

Javier López-Frías, Toni Miró, Patricia Ruiz, Ana Zornoza and Luisa Moreno, are the five young people who this year put their faces to the campaign of the World Mission Day - DOMUND.

All of them have shared, from different congregations or associations, the missionary experience and it is their testimonies that, in this edition, express the personal richness that the mission has meant for them in different locations in South America and Africa.

A testimonial campaign, as the National Director of OMP, José María Calderón, points out: "If we want to tell what we have seen and heard... what better than young people to help us do it? Many young people have had the good fortune to share some time with the missionaries and want to share with us what they have experienced and what they have felt".

II Solidarity Run and Get to Know the Domund

This campaign also joins the second edition of the solidarity race organized by the Pontifical Mission Societies. Run for the Domund. A non-competitive race, adapted to all audiences and, for now, virtual 100% that aims to raise awareness of the work of more than 10,000 Spanish missionaries as well as to allow the solidarity and economic collaboration of all registered participants.

Toledo, Guadalajara, Cuenca, Talavera de la Reina and La Roda, Albacete are this year's venues for the exhibition. "Domund uncovered". which offers an exhibition in which the missionary life of the Church is brought closer to the whole world. It will also be in Toledo where the Domund proclamation will be held, which this year will be in charge of the chef Pepe RodriguezThe event, which will take place on Thursday, October 21, will be attended by the jury of the program "MasterChef España".

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