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Check out the Pope's schedule!

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It will be a busy week for Pope Francis. On Monday he will meet with the Council of Cardinals, which include his closest advisors. At the top of the list is implemetning reforms to the Roman Curia.

They will hold working sessions until Wednesday February 11th. Then, as usual, Pope Francis will hold his weekly general audience open to all, in the Vatican's Paul VI Hall.

On Thursday and Friday, the Pope will receive Cardinals from throughout the world.  He is expected to shed light on proposals to reform the Roman Curia.

On Saturday February 14th, the Pope will create 20 new cardinals, who come from 14 countries and five continents.

Sunday Mass will be held at St. Peter's Basilica with the new cardinals.

Then, from the window of his studio in the Apostolic Palace, the Pope will pray the Angelus at noon, overlooking St. Peter's Square.


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