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La JMJ de Brasil 2013 comienza con una misa en Copacabana

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  •  Un grupo de jóvenes transporta la Cruz de los Jóvenes, que ha presidido la misa inaugural de la JMJ en la playa de Copacabana, en Río de Janeiro, Brasil

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    Catholic faithfuls carry the World Youth Day (WYD) Cross that in 1984 Pope John Paul II entrusted the youth of the world, to the stage before the start of the WYD opening mass, at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on July 23, 2013. The highlight of the landmark visit of Pope Francis to the world's most populous mainly Catholic country will be WYD, a five-day event that kicks off today. Pope Francis's popularity on his Latin American home turf posed a challenge to Brazilian authorities Tuesday after adoring crowds mobbed his car on his arrival on Monday. AFP PHOTO / TASSO MARCELO

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  • Un grupo de fieles porta las imágenes de la Virgen María y Jesucristo que han presidido la eucaristía inaugural de la JMJ

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    Catholic faithfuls carry an icon of the Virgin Mary and Jesus Christ to the stage before the start of the World Youth Day (WYD) opening mass, at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on July 23, 2013. The highlight of the landmark visit of Pope Francis to the world's most populous mainly Catholic country will be WYD, a five-day event that kicks off today. Pope Francis's popularity on his Latin American home turf posed a challenge to Brazilian authorities Tuesday after adoring crowds mobbed his car on his arrival on Monday. AFP PHOTO / GABRIEL BOUYS

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  • Momento de la eucaristía en el que se puede ver la sombra de la cruz que Juan Pablo II confió a los jóvenes en 1984

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    The shadow of the World Youth Day (WYD) Cross that in 1984 Pope John Paul II entrusted the youth of the world, is casted on the stage before the start of the WYD opening mass, at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on July 23, 2013. The highlight of the landmark visit of Pope Francis to the world's most populous mainly Catholic country will be WYD, a five-day event that kicks off today. Pope Francis's popularity on his Latin American home turf posed a challenge to Brazilian authorities Tuesday after adoring crowds mobbed his car on his arrival on Monday. AFP PHOTO / GABRIEL BOUYS

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