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Calming "Silent Night" Christmas carol resounds in St. Peter's Square


The St. Sebastian of Jesolo choir is responsible for livening up the Vatican's tree lighting ceremony and presenting the manger in St. Peter's Square.

It is a choir composed of local police members and municipal officials who performed in the well-known carol "Silent Night."

The choir is from the same city as the spectacular nativity scene made with sand.