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ROME EXPECTS 2.7 MILLION IN MAY

    VATICAN (CWNews.com) -- The city of Rome is expecting 2.7 million visitors during May 2000-- making that month the busiest month of the Jubilee year.

    May is regarded as an ideal month for visits to Rome from the standpoint of the favorable weather. But the special events of the Jubilee year have added considerably to the city's appeal. May 1 marks the special Jubilee for workers; May 18 will be the Jubilee for priests (as well as the Pope's 80th birthday); the Jubilee of the Rome diocese itself will be celebrated on May 28.

          

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