Jubilee 2025

Celebrating the Faith and History of the Church

The Jubilee of 2025 marks a momentous event in the history of the Catholic Church. This year we celebrate centuries of faith, resilience and spiritual growth. During this special occasion, we reflect on the legacy of faith that has been handed down to us and look to the future with hope.

Jubilee, for centuries, has represented the year of remission of sins, reconciliation, conversion, and sacramental penance. An extraordinary time when the occasion of a renewed encounter with the God of Abraham is made a public, media event so that every believer can return to the Father.

The Jubilee also represents a time of union and inclusion. Through it, we seek to overcome differences and welcome with love and compassion those who seek support in their spiritual journey, even according to their own local traditions.

In addition, Jubilee is an opportunity to reflect on and renew our personal faith and commitment to serving others. During this celebration, we honor the Church’s past achievements and accomplishments, recognizing the contributions of leaders, saints and faithful who have shaped its history.

In conclusion, Jubilee 2025 is a time of joy, inspiration and spiritual renewal. Let us join forces to spread love, compassion and hope throughout the world. Through this celebration, we can draw strength from our faith and encourage each other in our common mission.

Some information:

The creator

“I imagined people of every ‘color,’ nationality and culture, pushing out from the four corners of the earth and moving en route toward the future, others, the world as sails of a great common ship, unfurled thanks to the wind of Hope that is the cross of Christ and Christ himself.”

The events

Major events designed for: families, children, youth, movements and associations, the elderly, grandparents, the disabled, sports, the sick and health care, universities, the world of work, choirs and choruses, confraternities, priests, consecrated persons, Eastern Catholics, catechists, the poor, and prisoners.

The Papal Bull