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LIVE Mass of Canonization on S+L TV

October 12, 2018

LIVE from St. Peter's Square: Mass of Canonization of Seven Saints
October 14, 2018

Join us at 3:30 am ET for a live pre-show with Deacon Pedro Guevara-Mann, Sebastian Gomes, and Fr. Matt Gworek. Our hosts will then guide viewers through the Mass with a live commentary throughout the event.
At 4 am ET / 1 am PT, we will broadcast the Mass LIVE from St. Peter's Square in the Vatican, when Pope Francis will canonize seven new saints:

Blessed Pope Paul VI
Blessed Oscar Romero
Blessed Vincenzo Romano
Blessed Maria Katharina Kasper
Blessed Nunzio Sulprizio
Blessed Nazaria Ignacia de Santa Teresa de Jesús
Blessed Francesco Spinelli

There are several ways you can watch this event:

We will be broadcasting the Mass LIVE on our TV channel in English as well as via Livestream on our Canonization Website and Facebook. Both the pre-show and the Mass will be broadcast again at 9 am ET and 10:30 pm ET on our TV channel.
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If you would like to watch in French, the event will be broadcast LIVE only on our French Canonization Website. The recorded event will be broadcast again in French on our TV channel at 12 pm ET.
For this special event, we will also offer a LIVE broadcast in Spanish via Livestream on our Oscar Romero Website.
Click this link to download the Mass booklet so you can follow along on Sunday.

For more information on the new saints, visit our Canonization Website.

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