"Shadow" Stations of the Cross during Saturday afternoon of Rainbow 33: Jesus meets his mother.
"Shadow" Stations of the Cross during Saturday afternoon of Rainbow 33: Jesus is nailed to the cross.
Conference participants look at several of this year's banners. This year's theme is "Feed Your Faith."
"McJesus" and "Fillet O' Faith" are on the "Feed Your Faith"-themed menu depicted St. Edith's banner.
St. Irenaeus, Rochester Hills, presents the "Feed Your Faith" theme with Pac-Man images.
In between sessions, a youth leader gives a meditation on the Gospel's wedding feast parable.
Steve Angrisano, one of this year's keynote speakers, discusses "Where is our seat at the table of the Lord?" with stories and music.
Steve Angrisano, one of the weekend's keynote speakers, invites youth up on the stage to conclude his Saturday afternoon session while singing "Lean On Me."
On their way to dinner, youths wave while riding one of the Renaissance Center's many escalators.
The youth group and chaperons from St. Rita Parish, Holly, pause during dinner for a photo.
Youth and adult leaders from Holy Trinity Parish, Port Huron, smile for a picture during the dinnertime break.
Youth wait for Saturday evening vigil Mass with Archbishop Vigneron to begin.
Chaperons and youth sit while waiting for Mass with the archbishop to begin.
The Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, lead the music for the evening liturgy.
Archbishop Vigneron begins the Saturday evening Mass with the sign of the cross.
The sisters lead in singing the Gloria at Mass.
A youth leader reads the first reading from the Book of Job.
A Dominican sister leads the responsorial psalm.
A youth leader reads the second reading from 1 Corinthians.
Archbishop Vigneron gives his homily at the Saturday evening liturgy. He encourages the youth to not give up hope amid suffering, highlighting the example of Job.
Deacon Mario Amore (left) applauds as Archbishop Vigneron shows off his Rainbow 33 T-shirt given by the youth at the end of Mass.
Youth chat with Archbishop Vigneron after Mass.