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05/17/2020

Holy Mass presided over by Pope Francis from the Casa Santa Marta in the Vatican.

 

05/16/2020

Holy Mass presided over by Pope Francis from the Casa Santa Marta in the Vatican

 

05/14/2020

On Thursday morning, Pope Francis celebrated Mass at Casa Santa Marta for those home bound due to Covid-19 coronavirus.

05/13/2020

On Wednesday morning, Pope Francis celebrated Mass at Casa Santa Marta for those home bound due to Covid-19 coronavirus.

05/12/2020

Holy Mass presided over by Pope Francis from the Casa Santa Marta at the Vatican. The pope prayed especially for nurses during this daily Mass on Tuesday morning. He said nursing was more than just a profession. Is a vocation. He acknowledged that nursing is a calling that, especially in this time of pandemic, is marked by heroism – even to the point of giving one’s life.

05/11/2020

Pope Francis celebrates Mass at Casa Santa Marta for those home bound due to Covid-19 coronavirus.

Today the pope prayed for those suffering because they have lost their jobs due to the pandemic.

05/10/2020

On Sunday morning, Pope Francis celebrated Mass at Casa Santa Marta for those home bound due to Covid-19 Coronavirus.

05/9/2020

On Saturday morning, Pope Francis celebrated Mass at Casa Santa Marta for those home bound due to Covid-19 Coronavirus.

05/8/2020

On Friday morning, Pope Francis celebrated Mass at Casa Santa Marta for those home bound due to Covid-19 coronavirus.

05/7/2020

On Thursday morning, Pope Francis celebrated Mass at Casa Santa Marta for those home bound due to Covid-19 coronavirus.

05/6/2020

On Wednesday morning, Pope Francis celebrated Mass at Casa Santa Marta for those home bound due to Covid-19 coronavirus.

05/5/2020

On Tuesday morning, Pope Francis celebrated Mass at Casa Santa Marta for those home bound due to Covid-19 coronavirus.

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Pope Francis celebrated daily televised Mass at his residence at the Vatican daily until May 17. The Holy Father said, “In these days, I will offer Mass for those who are sick from the coronavirus epidemic, for the doctors, nurses, volunteers who are helping them, for their families, for the elderly in nursing homes, for prisoners”.

Watch the pope's weekly audience, Angelus and Regina Coeli prayers, Masses and special events live and on-demand at CatholicTV.com's Papal Programming page.

CatholicTV Mass can be seen weekdays at 9:30 am, 12:30, 7 & 11:30 pm. Saturday at 9:30 am &12:30 pm; CatholicTV Sunday Mass airs at 12:30, 7 & 11:30 pm along with Masses from Notre Dame, San Antonio and Washington DC. Visit CatholicTV.com/Masses to see all the Masses CatholicTV broadcasts and makes available for on-demand viewing.

 

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