Thursday, December 23, 2010

The Observer: Pope's Christmas mass goes online:
The streaming service will be available onwww.pope2you.netwww.pccs.va andwww.vaticanradio.org and "allows anyone, anywhere in the world to follow the celebrations and guarantees fast connections," the statement said.
Good, I should be able to watch it and then attend midnight Mass later...

I just remembered that I also had the option of watching this live through EWTN. The schedule:

Solemn Mass of Christmas Eve with Pope Benedict XVI
Fri. December 24 at 4 PM ET (Live), & Sat. December 25 at 8 AM & 6 PM ET
Solemnity of the Birth of Our Lord: Mass with the Holy Father from St. Peter’s Basilica.


Urbi et Orbi
Sat. December 25 at 6 AM ET (Live), Encores - Sun. December 25 at 10 PM ET, Sun. December 26 at 10 AM ET, & Fri. December 31 at 9 PM ET
From St. Peter's Square. Join the Holy Father for his inspiring Christmas Day message to the world on the celebration of Christ’s birth.

Christmas Eve Mass is usually televised on one of the major networks. When I am in Phoenix for Christmas, I usually try to watch the Pope's Mass on television.

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