Going to mass in St Peters Basilica is an incredible experience. St. Peters Basilica is officially the largest church in the world. Began by the Emperor Constantine in the year 324 A.D. and rebuilt by Pope Julius II in the early 1500s. The Basilica also houses The Pieta done by Michelangelo and the tomb of the last Pope, Pope John Paul II is also on display.
Mass times in St Peters Basilica are at the following times… Daily Mass Schedule: 9, 10, 11, 12AM and 5PM.
Sundays and Holiday Mass Schedule: 9, 10.30, 11.30AM and 12.15, 1, 4, 5.30PM.
It is also worth noting that the Pope comes out onto St Peters Square in front of the Basilica every Wednesdays in the Spring time and Autumn time and the Pope comes out his Papal window from his Papal apartments every Sunday at 12pm.
If you are interested in doing a tour of the Vatican you can join Roman Empire Tours at 2pm from Monday to Saturday.
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