[LIVE] Easter vigil: Archbishop celebrates Mass at St John’s Co-Cathedral

Catholics in Malta join millions around the world this evening to celebrate the Easter vigil 

Archbishop Charles Scicluna will administer the sacraments to eight people who chose to become Catholic (Photo: Curia Communications Office/Ian Noel Pace)
Archbishop Charles Scicluna will administer the sacraments to eight people who chose to become Catholic (Photo: Curia Communications Office/Ian Noel Pace)

Archbishop Charles Scicluna presides over the Easter vigil that is taking place at St John’s Co-Cathedral in Valletta.

The vigil is the first official celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus, which represents the culmination of the Christian faith.

During the Mass, Scicluna will administer the sacraments of initiation to eight adults from Malta, China, Hungary, Spain, Czechia, Russia and Turkey. The eight people chose to become Catholics.

The live video feed starts at 8pm and is being provided by the Curia Communications office.

MaltaToday will also join the live feed from St John’s Co-Cathedral on Sunday at 10.30am for the Easter Mass celebrated by the archbishop.

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