Hundreds of young Christians from around the world are in Prague for a five day ecumenical meeting of the Taizé Community initiated by Brother Roger at the end of the 1970s. Their meeting in Prague, from December 29 until January 2, is devoted to joint prayers, reflection and communion. The young Christians who have come to Prague are being hosted by local church communities in and around the Czech capital. The highlight of their stay will be a joint prayer in Prague’s historic St. Vitus Cathedral at 7pm on New Year’s Day.
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