Your question: Where can I watch Easter at Catholic Mass?

What channel can I watch Catholic Easter Mass?

Pope Francis will celebrate mass on Sunday, April 4 at 11 a.m. in Rome, 5 a.m. EST. You can watch the whole service on the Vatican’s website or through the Vatican Media Youtube Channel.

How do I watch Easter mass at the Vatican?

How to Watch Easter Mass at the Vatican. Most, if not all, Holy Week and Easter activities, including the Urbi et Orbi mass, will be streamed live from the official Vatican channel on YouTube. Vatican Media Live, the Vatican’s live feed YouTube channel.

What time is Easter Sunday Mass at the Vatican?

If you don’t have a church that you regularly attend or you’d like to do something special for Easter Sunday, a virtual service is a great way to join the congregation at world-famous places of worship, including the Vatican. For Easter Sunday, the Vatican will be hosting Holy Mass at 10 a.m. local time or 4 a.m. ET.

What time is the Easter Mass at the Vatican?

Peter’s Square in the Vatican; – Easter Vigil celebrations on Holy Saturday will be held at 7:30 pm in St. Peter’s Basilica. Easter morning Mass will also be celebrated in the Basilica, at 10:00 am on Easter Sunday, which will be followed by the traditional Urbi et Orbi blessing at midday.

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Is there a mass on Easter Sunday?

In the Catholic tradition, Mass is not celebrated on what is liturgically Holy Saturday. The celebration of Easter begins after sundown on what, though still Saturday in the civil calendar, is liturgically Easter Sunday.

What time is Vatican Mass?

On weekdays, Holy Mass is held at 08:30, 09:00, 10:00, 11:00, 12:00 and 17:00 (in Latin).

What time is Vatican Mass today?

Attend mass Monday through Saturday at 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 12 noon or 5 p.m. Mass is held within one of the chapels inside St. Peter’s Basilica. Select Sunday mass in the Vatican.

What language is the pope’s Easter Mass?

Latin is used for most papal Masses in Rome, but the local vernacular has been used with increasing frequency in recent decades, especially when the pope is abroad. However, in the last years of his pontificate Pope Benedict XVI always used Latin for the Eucharistic Prayer when celebrating Mass abroad.