Photos - 2009 Youth Conference Gallery 1

On the weekend of October 9-12, youth from all over our Metropolis gathered in New York City at St Markella's Cathedral for the annual youth conference. Thanks to all those who helped make this conference a great success! Please also view the other two albums that follow this one to see more pictures from the conference.
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