Everyone’s getting ready for New Year’s Eve, but in some places, the celebration focuses on the 2000th anniversary of the birth of Christ. Rome is preparing for a Jubilee Year as announced by the Pope. Jerusalem is preparing for masses of tourists and worrying about the possibility of disturbances. And people all around the world will mark the occasion in churches and special services. A panel reports on how Christianity and other religions are observing the arrival of the Year 2000.


  • Jeffrey Goldberg National correspondent, The Atlantic and author of "Prisoners: A Story of friendship and Terror"
  • Paul Andrews Director of United Religions Initiative's 72 Hours Project
  • John Allen Vatican correspondent, National Catholic Reporter, author of "Conclave" and "All the Pope's Men."


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