Pope Francis gets huge online audience for Easter Service

Pope Francis had millions of people following him as he completed his Easter Service virtually.

Data from the vatican shows that around 18 million people took part in his Easter Mass.

The Vatican is where the Pope lives and is situated in Rome, Italy.

Pope Francis live-streamed his Easter Vigil on Saturday from an almost empty St Peter’s Basilica. His only audience for Sunday’s Easter mass was a camera in his private library. Last year the blessing drew 70,000 people to Saint Peter’s Square.

Pope Francis has admitted that the entire experience makes him feel “caged”. He has reportedly been tested twice for Covid-19 since coming down with a cold at the end of February.

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