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Jubilee 2000 Lapel Pins Available through CCCB Publications Service

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GREAT JUBILEE OF THE YEAR 2000

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FULL-COLOUR LAPEL PIN OF THE OFFICIAL JUBILEE 2000 LOGO

This colourful lapel pin features the logo of the Great Jubilee of the Year 2000; this logo has been chosen by Pope John Paul II as a symbol of the Jubilee.

DECORATIVE AND MEANINGFUL

In a circular blue field, which indicates the universe, a cross is inscribed, sustaining and upholding humanity gathered in the five continents represented by five doves. The cross is represented with the same colours as the doves in order to signify the mystery of the incarnation whereby Christ assumes our human condition. The light issuing from the centre of the design stands for Christ, who is the light of the world. The circular form in which the
doves are represented underlines the spirit of solidarity which animates the Great Jubilee of the Year 2000. The vivacity and the harmony of the colours remind us that joy and peace are an integral part of the Jubilee celebration.

RALLYING SYMBOL

This lapel pin will serve as a solidarity symbol for all the people from Christian communities ­ parishes, schools, religious communities, church-based organizations, families and others ­ who are preparing for and will be celebrating the Great Jubilee of the Year 2000.

2.5 cm, full colour, gold-plated brass, 1-9: $5.00 each; 10- 49: $4.00 each; 50 - 99: $3.50
each 100 +: $3.00 each (code 4-357)


OTHER JUBILEE YEAR 2000 Resources

PRAYERS FOR THE JUBILEE YEAR 2000

This publication offers a variety of prayers, and many suggestions for prayer, to help the Catholic community prepare for and celebrate the Jubilee Year 2000.

ATTRACTIVE AND USER-FRIENDLY

  • Many of the prayers are laid out in sense lines;

  • Suggestions for prayer will help develop more full-fledged community prayer;

  • A brief list of hymn suggestions will assist groups in choosing music for celebrations;

  • The introduction provides some background on the idea of a Jubilee and talks about the significance of the year 2000;

  • The text is in two colours;

  • The colourful cover features the logo chosen by Pope John Paul II as the symbol of the Jubilee.

72 pages, 15 x 23 cm, two-colour text, full-colour cover, 1-9 copies: $4.95 each; 10-49 copies: $4.50 each; 50 + copies: $3.50 each (code 2-349) ISBN 0-88997-381-4

FULL-COLOUR POSTER

A decorative and worthy symbol, this poster serves as an ideal rallying symbol for prayers and other activities for the preparation and celebration of the Jubilee Year 2000.

46 x 61 cm (18 x 24 inches), full colour, 1- 49 copies: $5.00 each; 50 - 99 copies: $4.00 each; 100 + copies: $3.50 each (code 4-337)

PREPARING FOR THE JUBILEE YEAR 2000

National Bulletin on Liturgy No. 148 (Spring 1997), contains background information, pastoral possibilities, and resources for the liturgy.

64 pages, 17 x 25.5 cm, saddle stitched: $2.00 (code 2-548) ISSN 0084-8425

APOSTOLIC LETTER ON PREPARATION FOR THE JUBILEE OF THE YEAR 2000

Apostolic Letter by Pope John Paul II on the preparation and celebration of the Jubilee 2000.

76 pages, 13 x 23 cm, saddle stitched: $2.95 (code 4-298) ISBN 0-88997-313-X

These items can be ordered from:

CANADIAN CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC BISHOPS
Publications Service
90 Parent Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 7B1
Telephone 1-800-769-1147 or (613) 241-7538
Fax:(613) 241-5090 
http://www.cccbpublications.ca


For More Information Contact:
Deacon William Kokesch
Director, Communications Service

 

 

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