Vatican Releases Pope Francis' Holy Week and Easter Mass Schedule for 2024 and How to WATCH them LIVE

The Holy See Press Office has just released the official schedule of Pope Francis' Liturgical Celebrations for March 2024, including Holy Week and Easter Sunday celebrations, in addition to the Via Crucis at the Colosseum.
To begin, on Sunday, March 24th, Palm Sunday, Pope Francis will preside over Holy Mass in St Peter’s Square.
A few days later, on Holy Thursday morning, the Pope will preside over the Chrism Mass in St. Peter's Basilica.
Then, on Good Friday, the Pontiff is scheduled to preside at the Mass for the Lord's Passion in St. Peter's Basilica, before presiding over the Via Crucis in Rome's Colosseum.
The Pope will also preside over the Easter Vigil Mass in St. Peter's Basilica on Holy Saturday evening, and the Easter Sunday Mass in St. Peter's Square, the next morning.
Finally, on Easter Sunday, from the central loggia of St. Peter's Basilica, the Holy Father will give his Urbi et Orbilessing ("to the city and the world") message and blessing upon the faithful of Rome and the world.
(ALL Ceremonies can be WATCHED LIVE Below in English):

Here is the full official schedule of the liturgical celebrations:

March 24: Palm Sunday: Passion of the Lord

St. Peter's Square
10:00 am
Commemoration of the Lord's entrance into Jerusalem and Holy Mass

March 28: Holy Thursday

St. Peter's Basilica
9:30 am
Chrism Mass

March 29: Good Friday "Passion of the Lord"

St. Peter's Basilica
5:00 pm
Celebration of the Passion of the Lord

9:15 pm
Way of the Cross

March 30: Easter Sunday "Resurrection of the Lord"

St. Peter's Basilica
7:30 pm
Easter Vigil on Holy Night

March 31: Easter Sunday "Resurrection of the Lord"

St. Peter's Square
10:00 am
Daytime Mass

Central Loggia of St. Peter's Basilica
12:00 pm
"Blessing 'Urbi et Orbi'"