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January 10, 2000
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YOUNG JUBILEE PILGRIMS HELP COLOMBIAN PROSTITUTES

    VATICAN CITY, JAN 7 (ZENIT).- The Youth Services division of the Central Committee for the Holy Year 2000 has launched a program of "Jubilee Youth Solidarity" to give concrete assistance to young people in need in various parts of the world.

    At present, there are five specific projects: a home for young Colombian prostitutes; a formation center for rural youth in Cameroon; a pastoral center in Romania; a social center in East Timor, and a residence for handicapped people in Pakistan.

    The funds needed to implement these projects will be donated by youth coming to Rome on pilgrimage during the Holy Year. The greater part of the funding will come from collections made during the international youth Masses, celebrated every Saturday at 7 p.m. in the Church of Ss. Ambrose and Charles on Via del Corso in Rome. The first such Mass will be celebrated tomorrow, January 8. ZE00010706

          

January 10, 2000
volume 10, no. 6
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