Pope Francis will preside the Easter Triduum and other major ceremonies of Holy Week, such as the Chrism Mass of Holy Thursday, Via Crucis at the Colosseum on Good Friday and the Urbi et Orbi blessing on Easter Sunday.
The web page www.romereports.com will provide live coverage of all the ceremonies.
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In total, there will be seven broadcasts:
In the morning, Chrism Mass will be held in the Vatican and in the afternoon it will move to a reception center for asylum seekers in a village in the outskirts of Rome. There, the Pope will wash the feet of 12 young refugees.
In addition to the second great ceremony of Easter Triduum, in which the Lord's Passion is recalled, Pope Francis will attend the Via Crucis at the Colosseum.
In the evening, St. Peter's Basilica will be lit only with candles to commemorate the Resurrection of Christ.
On Sunday, you can see the Mass live early in the morning; and then the Urbi et Orbi blessing and the Pope's third message for Easter.