From Catholic News Agency:
Fr. Jenuwine, parochial vicar at St. Apollinaris Parish in Napa, California, told CNA that he had been trying to brainstorm creative ways to reach out to young adults when he heard about the music festival. He said he was inspired after hearing a talk on evangelization a few weeks ago by EWTN personality Fr. Mitch Pacwa.
“My youth minister said well, BottleRock is this weekend, but it’s chaos,” he said.
“And I went, alright, let’s do it!”
Fr. Jenuwine placed himself on one side of the festival, while his St. Paul Street Evangelization team camped out on the other side. They prayed for 20 minutes before the Blessed Sacrament before hitting the streets, “begging for the graces we need and to get ourselves in the zone,” Father said.
Besides prayers and answers, they offered rosaries, prayer cards and miraculous medals. They went fast.
“That first night we gave away every rosary, every prayer card, every miraculous medal we had, but sure enough we found more, so we went out again Sunday,” Fr. Jenuwine said.
They stayed at the festival for about five hours on Saturday, and another couple hours on Sunday.
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