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Check out what the Pope is doing this week!

After Holy week, Pope Francis has a less hectic schedule as this week starts to whined down. On Easter Monday, as is tradition, the Pope will pray to the Regina Coeli instead of his usual Angelus. ; On Wednesday, March 30th, the Pope will have his weekly general audience in St. Peter's Square. Thousands of pilgrims from throughout the world are expected to attend. The event will take place at 10 am, local Rome time. ; Over the weekend, a special Jubilee for those devoted to the Spirituality of Divine Mercy will be celebrated. On Friday, April 1st, The Night of Reconciliation will commence with the Jubilee Churches opening up for penance services and confessions. This will take place from 8pm to midnight. On Saturday, April 2nd, a catechesis on mercy and the Eucharistic Adoration will commence as the Jubilee churches open their doors to welcome the pilgrims. This will take place from 9am to 2pm. ; Later that evening, the pilgrimages to the Holy Doors of the Four Major Basilicas will open; beginning with the entrance into Saint Peter's Square at 4pm, followed by the testimonies and music at 4:30pm and a prayer vigil that Pope Francis will preside over at 6pm. ; On Sunday, April 3rd, Pope Francis will preside over Divine Mercy Sunday Mass in Saint Peter's Square. This will take place at 10am, local Rome time. ; YA CTV/RR SV -PR Up: IPC