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Pope plans full schedule of liturgical events for Lent, Easter

Catholic World News - January 29, 2013

Pope Benedict XVI will preside at all the usual liturgical ceremonies of Lent, Holy Week, and Easter, the Vatican has announced. Although he requires more rest as he approaches his 86th birthday, and a degenerative joint condition has forced him to use a rolling platform during some ceremonies, the Holy Father plans to preside at all the traditional liturgical events of the season. The office of liturgical celebrations has announced that the following ceremonies are on the Pope’s schedule for February and March:

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