For Holy Week, CatholicTV will be airing Holy Week liturgies including the Stations of the Cross from the Vatican. In addition, CatholicTV will be airing live Masses from the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston.
CatholicTV is a nationally-broadcasted television station headquartered near Boston. All Holy week coverage will air on CatholicTV where available and will also stream live from www.CatholicTV.com in full-screen and free of charge.
Special Holy Week programming will start with the Solemn Mass of Palm Sunday with Pope Benedict XVI from the Vatican. The Holy week schedule is as follows: All times are Eastern Standard
CATHOLICTV BROADCAST SCHEDULE OF HOLY WEEK FROM THE VATICAN
Palm Sunday: From 6:30AM-9:30AM & 8PM-11PM
Chrism Mass: 11AM-1PM on Thursday, April 9th
Holy Thursday Mass: 2:30PM-4:30PM on Thursday, April 9th
Solemn Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion: 5:30PM- 8:00PM on Friday, April 10th
Way of the Cross: 8:30PM-10:30PM
Easter Vigil 4:00PM-7:30PM on Saturday, April 11th
Easter Sunday Mass: Noon- 2:30PM & 8:00PM-10:30PM on Sunday, April 12th
CATHOLICTV SCHEDULE OF HOLY WEEK FROM CATHEDRAL OF THE HOLY CROSS
Chrism Mass: 11:00AM-1:00PM on Tuesday, April 7th
Solemn Mass of the Lord’s Last Supper: 8:00PM-10:00PM on Thursday, April 9th & rebroadcast from midnight to 2:00AM on Friday, April 10th .
Stations of the Cross From World Youth Day in Sydney Australia- 11:30AM-3:00PM on Friday, April 10th .
Solemn Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion: 3:00PM- 5:00PM on Friday, April 10th .
Easter Vigil: 8:00PM-10:00PM on Saturday, April 11th .
Sunday Mass: 7:30AM on Easter Sunday.
These events can be viewed at these times on CatholicTV where available and online at www.CatholicTV.com
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