Adoremus 18

See photographs from the day here!

What’s the programme?

The programme starts at 11.30am with the opening liturgy, but you can arrive from 10.00 when the doors will open. You can mingle around the stalls, meet delegates from different part of the country and you can go into the auditorium to be lead in worship.


During the Congress there will be inspirational speakers. There are also three streams for those aged 13-15, 16-17 and 18-20.  We finish with a time of exposition of the Blessed Sacrament.  The Congress ends at 5.30. If that is not enough, you can take part in Night Fever at the Blessed Sacrament Shrine 7.30-10.30pm.

Contributors and presenters

Testimonies from young people, Katie Prejean, Jo Boyce and friends, Rise Theatre, Cafod, Animate, Salesians, One Hope, Joel’s Bar, Cardinal Nichols, Archbishop McMahon and much more….


The Adoremus Youth Congress would not have happened but for four organisations, Liverpool Hope University, CAFOD, the Salesian and the Catenians.

Liverpool Hope University is a joint Anglican and Catholic University. The University’s distinctive philosophy is to ‘educate in the round’ – mind, body and spirit – in the quest for Truth, Beauty and Goodness. Why not consider Liverpool Hope as your choice of University? Thank you to the Universities Vice Chancellor Professor Pilay for his support of Adoremus.

CAFOD stands beside people living in poverty – whatever their religion or culture. Through local Church partners, they help people directly in their own communities, and campaign for global justice, so that everyone can reach their full potential. Thank you to all at CAFOD for helping support Adoremus and for contributing to speaking on the day.

The Salesians of Don Bosco are a religious congregation of Brothers and Priests. Don Bosco’s mission was clear and simple: to be a friend to young people who were poor, abandoned or at risk, and in so doing to be a friend to Christ. We thank the Salesians for all their support of the Adoremus Youth Congress; they have given so much to make it a big success.

The Catenians are an association of Catholic laymen who are committed to their Faith, their families, to those in need and to each other. Their primary purpose is to establish a network of friends, which enhances their family life, strengthens their Faith and sustains them in difficult times. They support each other, the Catholic Church, young people and those in need. Check out the bursary fund that may help you in volunteering abroad.