World Youth Day is a global event organized by the Catholic Church, bringing together young Catholics from around the world who come together to celebrate their faith and deepen their spiritual reflections. It is a meeting platform for young people to exchange cultural experiences and deepen their relationship with God. The event was initiated by Pope John Paul II in 1985 and is held roughly every two to three years. This assembly, attracting participants from different countries and cultures, promotes unity, solidarity and understanding of different cultures within the Catholic faith. World Youth Day events in Poland attracted millions of young people from all walks of life and provided participants with a unique experience of getting in touch with their faith, Polish culture and the legacy of Pope John Paul II.