Easter Sunday this year, April 4, is the second time Catholics are celebrating the greatest feast of Christianity while the world is still battling the COVID-19 pandemic.
This means millions of believers– including those in Metro Manila and 4 surrounding provinces in the Philippines – are staying in their homes on Easter to keep themselves safe from COVID-19.
For the sake of Catholics who cannot physically go to church, and as it does each year, the Vatican is streaming the Pope’s Easter Sunday Mass, followed by his “Urbi et Orbi” (To the City and to the World), a traditional speech and blessing for the city of Rome and the rest of the world.
Bookmark and refresh this page to watch the Mass led by Pope Francis at Saint Peter’s Basilica, followed by his “Urbi et Orbi,” at 4 pm (Manila time) or 10 am (Rome time) on Easter Sunday, April 4. – Rappler.com