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Coverage of Easter Triduum at the Vatican

BY Edward Pentin

| Posted 4/1/10 at 6:17 PM

 

The Easter Triduum at the Vatican is perhaps easier to follow this year than ever before.

The Vatican website pope2you is offering live video and audio streaming of all the events, with each of the ceremonies being broadcast in English as well as Italian, Spanish, French and German.

The broadcasts are a team effort between the Vatican’s Television Center, Vatican Radio and the Holy See’s Internet Service.

And in case you missed them, all the homilies and meditations will be available on the Vatican’s website dedicated to Holy Week. Some are already online, such as Cardinal Camillo Ruini’s Via Crucis meditations. The Pope’s Urbi et Orbi address will also be available there. For those versed in Italian, it’s possible to follow the ceremonies with the official booklets for each event, downloadable from this page in Pdf format. 

EWTN will also be broadcasting all the ceremonies live. Their schedule is here, and links to watch their programs on your PC is here.