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The pope will celebrate Christmas mass earlier to comply with the curfew in Italy

VATICAN CITY, Dec 10 (.) – Pope Francis’ Christmas Eve mass will begin two hours earlier, the Vatican said on Thursday, allowing even the limited number of people who can attend to get home at 10 p.m. , the curfew imposed by Italy to contain the coronavirus. A program for the Pope’s Christmas activities showed that the mass, which normally begins at 9 p.m.

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