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Saturday, March 27, 2010
Itinerary: May 11-14, 2010 Papal Visit to Portugal

The following schedule is provided by Zenit.  This page will be updated with links and other information as the visit takes place since A Catholic Life has traditionally blogged extensively on papal visits.  Check back on May 11-14, 2010, as this page will change with additional information, links, videos, etc.

May 11:
 May 12:
  • 10 AM: Meeting with representatives of the world of culture
  •  Noon: Meeting with the Portuguese prime minister
  • Afternoon: The Pope will travel by helicopter to Fatima
  • 5:30 PM: The Pope is due to visit the Chapel of the Apparitions. He will then preside at vespers with priests, religious, seminarians and deacons in the Church of the Blessed Trinity.
  • Night: The Pope will bless a torchlight procession on the esplanade in front of the Fatima shrine, and end the day with the rosary in the Chapel of the Apparitions
May 13 (10th anniversary of the beatification of Francisco and Jacinta Marto)
  • 10 AM: Mass in Fatima
  • Following Mass: Meeting with the national's bishops
  • Afternoon: Pope will meet representatives of charity organizations and then with the Portuguese episcopate.
May 14


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