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The CatholicTV Network's Holy Week Broadcast Schedule

3/28/2013 - 11:22 AM PST

Catholic PRWire

The Following is the CatholicTV Network's Holy Week Broadcast Schedule:

Palm Sunday, March 24
Masses will be broadcast at the following times:

Mass from the Basilica of the Sacred Heart on the campus of the University of Notre Dame live at 10AM ET; Mass with the Holy Father from the Vatican at 11:30AM ET and 8PM ET; Mass from San Antonio's San Fernando Cathedral at 4PM ET, and Mass from Boston's Cathedral of the Holy Cross with His Eminence Seán Cardinal O'Malley at 7PM ET.

Tuesday, March 26
The Chrism Mass from Boston's Cathedral of the Holy Cross with His Eminence, Seán Cardinal O'Malley, will broadcast live at 11AM ET and rebroadcast at 4PM ET.

Holy Thursday, March 28
Masses will be broadcast at the following times:

The Vatican Chrism Mass with broadcast at 11AM ET, the Solemn Mass of the Lord's Last Supper from Cathedral of the Holy Cross at 7:30PM ET.

Good Friday, March 29
The Stations of the Cross will broadcast at 12PM ET and 6PM ET; Liturgy of Good Friday with Cardinal O'Malley from the Cathedral of the Holy Cross will broadcast at 3PM ET; and the Vatican Good Friday service will broadcast at 5PM ET.

Holy Saturday, March 30
The Way of the Cross from the Coliseum in Rome will broadcast at 10:30AM ET; the Vatican Easter Vigil at 4PM ET (rebroadcast at midnight); The Great Vigil; first Mass of Easter with Cardinal Seán O'Malley will broadcast at 8PM ET (rebroadcast at 3:30AM); and the Mass from the National Basilica Mass from Washington, D.C. scheduled at 11:30PM.

Easter Sunday, March 31
Masses will be broadcast at the following times:

Mass on CW56 at 7AM ET (rebroadcast on CatholicTV at 7PM.); Notre Dame's Easter Sunday Mass live at 10AM; Vatican Easter Sunday Mass at 11:30AM ET and 9PM ET; The Papal Easter Blessing at 3:30PM and 8PM; and Easter Mass from San Antonio at 4PM.


The CatholicTV® Network  MA, 02471 US
Shannon Muldoon - Public Relations Coordinator, 


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