Watch Pope Francis give his annual Easter Vigil just ahead of Easter Sunday. Reuters

Pope Francis will give his annual Easter Mass at Vatican City Easter Saturday. The Easter Vigil will take place at 8:30 p.m. local time and the Vigil prayers will take place just before Easter Sunday at St. Peter’s Basilica, according to Vatican Radio.

Viewers can live stream the event from The Vatican’s YouTube channel, beginning at 2:25 p.m. EDT or from Catholic TV. The Vigil will begin with the “blessing the new fire” and a procession with the Pasqual candle, a scared candle that is said to represent Jesus Christ as the Light of The World.

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The pope will also administer the Sacrament of Baptism. On Easter, Francis will then give his annual Easter Mass in St. Peter’s Square prior to giving his holy blessing to Rome and the rest of the world. This blessing is referred to as his “Urbi et Orbi,” and it’s given from St. Peter’s Basilica.

Easter Sunday concludes one of the holiest Christian weeks of the year. Holy Week begins with Palm Sunday, which fell on April 9 for 2017. The pope has kept busy participating in all manner of traditional, holy events during this week. Thursday he gave his Chrism Mass and also led the “Lord’s Passion” homily on Good Friday, the day that those of the Christian faith observe in remembrance of Jesus’ Passion, crucifixion and death.

During his Chrism Mass on Thursday, the pope spoke to themes surrounding the “Joy of the Gospel,” and the bringing of “good news” in the bible.

“The phrase ‘good news’ might appear as just another way of saying ‘the Gospel.’ Yet those words point to something essential: the joy of the Gospel. The Gospel is good news because it is, in essence, a message of joy,” Pope Francis said during the homily.