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It helps to keep hope alive for those who need it most.

Pray for the sick

CARF encourages its collaborators, benefactors and friends to join Pope Francis' prayer for all those suffering from illness. Let us pray for the sick.

Health of the sick

Let us remember in these days our Lord Jesus Christ. To Him all the sick were brought and He cured them. That is why we will pray to Him with faith and hope for the health of our sick and for all the victims of any disease. We have an obligation to pray for the sick.

Family intentions

We also suggest taking advantage of this situation to pray together as a family. We trust in the value of family prayer and as a form of unity. Let us pray especially for the Pope's intentions and needs. And let us pray for the sick.

Priest with mask praying

Holy Mass for the sick

Follow it live on the CARF YouTube Channel

Europe Timetable

Latin America Schedule

Monday to Friday at 7:00 pm.
During the summer months (July 1 - September 30) the live broadcast will be suspended due to reduced hours at the Basilica. However, petitions will continue to be presented at the Eucharist.

12:00 h. Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Mexico City (Mexico).

13:00 h. Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Panama, Haiti, Cuba, Puerto Rico.

14:00 h. Peru, Bolivia, Dominican Rep.

15:00 h. Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Paraguay, Brazil.

Request for Holy Mass for the Sick*.

Requests are sent weekly to the Pontifical Basilica of San Miguel in Madrid. Petitions are collected from Monday to Sunday and these masses are celebrated the following week.

Due to the high volume of petitions it is not possible to name the persons entrusted in the celebration, but be assured that the priest offers to the Lord on his paten, each and every one of the petitions.

*It is possible that some Eucharists cannot be retransmitted because they are celebrated in the crypt of the basilica where there is no transmission equipment.

Fill out the form and indicate your family's intentions or ask for the health of the sick: