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Watch Pope Francis open the Holy Door of St. Peter’s Basilica inaugurating the Jubilee of Mercy

December 7, 2015
St. Peter's Basilica, Holy Door
The Mass will be celebrated by His Holiness, Pope Francis, from Vatican City and will air on Salt + Light TV at 11:30am Eastern and repeat later that day at 9:00pm Eastern on Tuesday, December 8th, 2015.
You can watch it here: Salt + Light LIVE Stream.

From Pope Francis Announcement of the Jubilee:

“Jesus’ reminder urges each of us never to stop at the surface of things, especially when we have a person before us. We are called to look beyond, to focus on the heart in order to see how much generosity everyone is capable of. No one can be excluded from the mercy of God; everyone knows the way to access it and the Church is the house where everyone is welcomed and no one is rejected.”
Pope Francis, The Announcement of the Jubilee of Mercy
Logo for the Jubilee of Mercy
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