World Youth Day In Melbourne

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Media Alert

12.00 Noon Tuesday 15th July 2008

Children Blessed @  Fed Square 

Big Screen   

Ceremony and Blessing for 300 Catholic Primary Children to

mark World Youth Day, presided over by Fr. Terry Kean. 

3.00pm to 6.00pm

Live Broadcast of Sydney Event 

Federation Square will become the centre of Melbourne’s

celebrations for World Youth Day when it broadcasts the opening

mass to the Big Screen.


Media Release







                  ¹5 July 2008


Fed Square to Screen World Youth Day Opening Mass


Fed Square will become a centre of World Youth Day activities in Melbourne next Tuesday

when SBS broadcasts the Opening Mass from Sydney live to the big screen.


Jane Sydenham-Clarke from Fed Square said the live broadcast of the event will provide a major

community focus directly linked into the World Youth Day celebrations. 


“World Youth Day is a significant event for the Catholic community and Fed Square is pleased to

be able to facilitate participation for those unable to travel to Sydney, through a blessing with

Father Terry Kean and the live screening of the Opening Mass in Sydney.”


Students from St. Columbas Primary School, Elwood and Holy Trinity, Eltham North will take

part in a special service and blessing, presided over by Father Terry Kean, at 12.00 noon in the

Square prior to the live broadcast.


Ms Sydenham-Clarke said, “Fed Square’s Big Screen will provide a larger than life experience for

those attending the event in Melbourne accessible to many visitors and city workers on their way

home.”


Media Enquiries:  Ron Smith Corporate Media Communications 

Fed Square Mobile: 0417 329 201 









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