Salt + Light TV to Broadcast the Visit of Pope Francis to the Holy Land

Salt + Light Television will broadcast live the Holy Father’s pilgrimage to Jordan, Palestine, and Israel.
TORONTO - May 23, 2014 - PRLog -- Salt + Light Television will be broadcasting live the Holy Father’s pilgrimage to the Holy Land starting at 8:40am ET on Saturday, May 24, 2014 and ending at 10:00am ET onMonday, May 26, 2014.

During his pilgrimage, Pope Francis will visit Jordan, Palestine, and Israel. His visit to the Holy Land is on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the meeting in Jerusalem between Pope Paul VI and Patriarch Athenagoras.

Pope Francis will meet the leaders of the three nations he is visiting. In Jordan, the Pope will meet with refugees and disabled young people, and in Palestine he will eat lunch with families at the Franciscan Convent of Casa Nova.

Details of coverage include:

-May 24 at 8:40am ET: Mass with Pope Francis in Jordan.
-May 24 at 12:00pm  ET: Visit to Bethany Beyond the Jordan.
-May 25 at 3:45am ET: Mass with Pope Francis in Manger Square.
-May 25 at 11:00am ET: Pope Francis in Bethlehem.
-May 25 at 11:45am ET: Ecumenical Meeting in Jerusalem.
-May 26 at 7:30am ET: Pope Francis in Jerusalem.
-May 26 at 8:30am ET: Pope Francis Meets the Clergy of Jerusalem.
-May 26 at 10:00am ET: Mass with Pope Francis in the Cenacle.

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