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Pope Francis’ Apostolic Journey to
Morocco

On March 30-31, 2019, Pope Francis will make a two-day visit to Morocco at the invitation of King Mohammed VI.

Highlights of this Apostolic Journey will include a meeting with migrants, a visit to the Mohammed VI Institute for Training of Imams, and Sunday Mass at Prince Moulay Abdellah Sport Centre.

Join the Holy Father on this important visit by tuning into Salt + Light. Check out the schedule below!

Schedule All times are in EST

  Saturday, March 30, 2019

9:40am
LIVE Meeting with Civil Society and Vsit Mohammed V mausoleum
11:10am
Royal Palace Visit to King Mohammed VI
12:10pm
Visit to Mohammed VI Institute for Training of Imams
1:10pm
LIVE Rabat diocesan Caritas: Meeting With Migrants

  Sunday, March 31, 2019

8:30am
Cathedral of Rabat Meeting, with Angelus
9:30am
LIVE Prince Moulay Abdellah Sport Centre Holy Mass
All scheduled times are subject to change

More Info:

Here are the stories that we bring you on today’s episode of Perspectives Daily: Recapping highlights of the pope’s trip to Morocco: On Saturday the pope met with migrants at a Caritas c ...read more
Pope Francis’ Homily at Rabat Mass
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Read the full text of Pope Francis' homily on the parable of the prodigal son and the ever abundant mercy of God during Sunday Mass in Rabat, Morocco. ...read more
Pope Francis meets with Clergy, Religious, and Ecumenical Council of Churches in Morocco
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"For being a Christian is not about adhering to a doctrine, or a temple or an ethnic group. Being Christian is about an encounter." Read the full text of Pope Francis' address in Rabat Cathedral. ...read more
Pope Francis speaks to migrants at Caritas in Rabat
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Read the full text of Pope Francis' speech to migrants at the Caritas centre in Rabat during his two-day Apostolic Journey to Morocco. ...read more
Appeal by His Majesty King Mohammed VI and His Holiness Pope Francis Regarding Jerusalem
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Read the text of the appeal regarding Jerusalem, signed by Pope Francis and King Mohammed VI of Morocco in Rabat on March 30, 2019. ...read more