The week starts with an important trip to Sweden. He will attend the events for the commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, and the 50th anniversary of ecumenical dialogue with Lutherans.
Pope Francis will spend two days in Sweden. After that, on Wednesday, he will celebrate Mass for the deceased at the Roman cemetery of Prima Porta.
On Friday, at 11:30 at St. Peter's, the pope will preside over yet another Mass for the deceased, in this case cardinals and bishops who passed away this year.
On Saturday, he will meet with the participants in the "Encuentro de Movimientos Populares,” who will convene in Rome starting on Wednesday to try to solve the problems that affect the destitute of the world.
Sunday will be a very special day; with of the last events of the Jubilee of Mercy: the Jubilee for prisoners. At 10 a.m., the pope will celebrate Mass in St. Peter's with the pilgrims arrived for this Jubilee. After that, he will pray the Angelus.