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Pope to return to window over Square for midday Angelus prayer

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Antoine Mekary | ALETEIA

Kathleen N. Hattrup - published on 02/04/21

The faithful will have a chance to see the pope in person again (from afar), starting February 7

Pope Francis will go back to the window overlooking St. Peter’s Square to deliver his address before praying the midday Angelus, starting this Sunday, February 7.

He has been live-streaming the address and the Marian prayer from the Apostolic Library since right before Christmas, December 20.

A screen placed in St. Peter’s Square each week did give the handful of pilgrims in the Square a chance to follow the prayer.

The faithful follow the prayer from outdoors and the Square offers ample space for necessary distancing.

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Antoine Mekary | ALETEIA

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