Vatican donates building to shelter Rome’s homeless and poor
The Vatican has donated a building near St Peter’s hitherto used by nuns to shelter Rome’s homeless and poor, ANSA sources said Friday. The building, which overlooks St Peter’s Square, will be run as a dormitory by the Office of Papal Charities and the Sant’ Egidio activist community.
The “well-appointed” building will be able to house up to 50 people, the sources said.
Initially some 30-35 homeless and poor will be housed, they said.