The Pope's visit to the city of Turin will be a busy one. It will start off at 8.30 a.m on June 21st. The Pope will first meet with workers in the city's Piazzetta Reale.
After that meeting he will go to the Cathedral of Turin, where he will pray before the Holy Shroud, which is being displayed at the moment.
Then at 10.45 a.m the Pope will celebrate Mass in Piazza Vittorio. Then he will pray the Angelus from that same spot.
From there, the Pope will go to the residence of the local Archbishop where he will have lunch with juvenile detainees. He will also meeting with immigrants and the homeless.
Then at roughly 2.30pm, the Pope will go to the Sanctuary of the Consolata, where he will pray in private. About 30 minutes later, he will meet with Salesians and with Daughters of Our Lady Help of Christians to mark 200 years since the birth of St. John Bosco.
After that meeting, he will meet with the sick and disabled.
At about 6pm he will meet with city's teenagers and then he will call it a day.
On Monday June 22nd the Pope will visit the Valdese Temple.
Then he will meet with some of his distant Italian relatives privately. He plans on celebrating Mass with them and then having lunch.
Before heading back to Rome, the Pope will meet with the Committee of the Holy Shroud and organizers to thank them for their support.