Check out the Pope’s schedule for the months of May, June and July
24 maggio 2013
May 17, 2013. (Romereports.com) The Vatican has announced all the events Pope Francis will take part in, before he heads to Brazil to lead World Youth Day in late July.
Since the Pope is the Bishop of Rome, he has decided to visit a local Roman Parish.
On May 26th , he will visit the St. Elizabeth and Zechariah parish.
Other events were already expected, like the Corpus Christi Procession on May 30th. About a month later on June 29th, he will celebrate Mass and the so called imposition of the pallium upon new archbishops.
In addition to the Corpus Christi procession which takes place along the streets of Rome, there will be another big ceremony on June 16th at St. Peter’s Square. On that day a Mass will be celebrated to mark the “Evangelium Vitae Day”.
On Saturday, June 2nd a Worldwide Eucharistic adoration will take place from the Vatican’s Basilica.
PAPAL CELEBRATIONS FOR MAY, JUNE, AND JULY:
Profession of Faith with the Bishops of the Italian Episcopal Conference.
Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity
Pastoral visit to the Roman parish of Sts. Elizabeth and Zechariah. Mass at 9:30a.m.
Solemnity of Corpus Christi
Mass at 7:00pm in Piazza St. John Lateran.
Procession to St. Mary Major and Eucharistic Blessing.
St. Peter’s Basilica. Worldwide Eucharistic Adoration at 6:00 pm
Mass for “Evangelium Vitae Day” at 10:30 in St. Peter’s Square.
Solemnity of Sts. Peter’s and Paul. in St. Peter’s Basilica. Mass at 9:30 and imposition of the palium to the new metropolitans.
St. Peter’s Basilica Mass at 9:30 with seminarians and novices.
From Monday 22nd – 29th
Apostolic trip to Brazil for the World Youth Day