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The Pope's schedule this week: A meeting with superiors general and businessmen against poverty

2016-05-09

According to his schedule for this week, on Monday, the Pope will celebrate mass with pilgrims in Casa Santa Marta early in the morning.

On Wednesday at 10:00 a.m., the Pope will appear in St. Peter's Square for the general audience with pilgrims in Rome.

Thursday the 12th, Pope Francis will receive the superiors general of Catholic women congregations around the world at the Vatican. These nuns will gather in Rome for their general assembly.

Another important event will be the meeting on the 'Business Initiatives in the fight against poverty', organized by the Centesimus Annus Foundation. Pope Francis will meet with the participants on Friday, May 13.

On Saturday, the Pope will return to St. Peter's Square to have an audience with pilgrims at 10:00 am. 

The following day, at the same time and in the same place, the Pope will celebrate Pentecost Mass. This is an important date in the Catholic liturgical calendar, 50 days after Easter.

At noon, he will conclude his public agenda of the week with the usual recitation of the Regina Coeli with the pilgrims who are in the square.


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