Not Prepared to Donate?

Here are 5 ways you can still help Aleteia:

  1. Pray for our team and the success of our mission
  2. Talk about Aleteia in your parish
  3. Share Aleteia content with friends and family
  4. Turn off your ad blockers when you visit
  5. Subscribe to our free newsletter and read us daily
Thank you!
Team Aleteia

Subscribe

Aleteia

A guide to Holy Week in Rome

© Antoine Mekary / ALETEIA
Share

What to expect if you are headed to the Vatican this Easter, or if you plan to watch the festivities from home.

Click here to launch the slideshow

Holy Week is the biggest week in the Church, and in particular, the Church in Rome. Tens of thousands of pilgrims flock to the heart of the Church to remember the most important event in her history — the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of Christ.

If you are heading to the Vatican this Easter, or if you plan to watch the festivities from home, here is your guide to the all the activity you’ll find in the Eternal City this Holy Week.

View the slideshow to see the 2019 schedule of Holy Week Events in Rome.

Newsletter
Get Aleteia delivered to your inbox. Subscribe here.
Aleteia offers you this space to comment on articles. This space should always reflect Aleteia values.
[See Comment Policy]
Readers like you contribute to Aleteia's Mission.

Since our inception in 2012, Aleteia’s readership has grown rapidly worldwide. Our team is committed to a mission of providing articles that enrich, inspire and inform a Catholic life. That's why we want our articles to be freely accessible to everyone, but we need your help to do that. Quality journalism has a cost (more than selling ads on Aleteia can cover). That's why readers like you make a major difference by donating as little as $3 a month.