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CatholicTV will broadcast the major events from Poland the week of July 26-31. Tune in to World Youth Day events and Masses, meetings and moments from Pope Francis’ visit. The Knights of Columbus will host Mercy Centre, the international English-language catechetical and youth festival site, at World Youth Day and CatholicTV will broadcast events from there as well.
All times Eastern | subject to change
Tuesday, July 26
- World Youth Day Opening Mass
Wednesday, July 27
- Pope Francis greeting from “papal window”
Thursday, July 28
Friday, July 29
- Pope Francis’ visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau Camp | 3:30 am (rebroadcast 3:30 pm)
- Apostolic Visit to the University Children’s Hospital | 10:30 am (rebroadcast 7:30 pm)
- World Youth Day Way of the Cross with Pope Francis | noon (rebroadcast 8:30 pm)
- Mercy Centre: Catechesis Session | 10 pm
Saturday, July 30
- Pope Francis visits Divine Mercy Shrine in Lagiewniki, liturgy of penance with youth | 2:30 am (rebroadcast 5 pm)
- Papal Mass with priests, religious and seminarians from Saint Pope John Paul II Sanctuary, where Saint Faustina is buried | 4:30 am (rebroadcast 9:30 pm)
- Mercy Centre: U.S. National Pilgrim Mass | 11 am (rebroadcast 11:30 pm)
- World Youth Day Prayer Vigil and concert | 1 pm (rebroadcast 9:30 pm)
Sunday, July 31
- Pope Francis celebrates Mass for the Conclusion of World Youth Day | 3 am (rebroadcast 8 pm)
- Papal meeting with World Youth Day volunteers and organizers, departure from Krakow | 11 am
Pope Francis visits and prays at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp.
Catholic Mass celebrated on July 29, 2016 by Father George Zebrowski from Our Lady of Czestochowa, South Boston. Today's Mass, live and on demand from CatholicTV's Chapel of the Holy Cross.
Bishop-elect Robert Reed celebrates today's Catholic Mass, live on July 28, 2016, from CatholicTV's Chapel of the Holy Cross.
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