Mass Times Santiago | on the last 100km of the French Way

Mass Times Santiago | on the last 100km of the French Way image

Below you will find an indicative schedule for Mass times Santiago, along The French Way from Sarria to Santiago in different towns during the last 100km of the pilgrimage into Santiago de Compostela:

 

SARRIA

Parroquia de Ntra. Sra. Del Rosario:

Sundays and holidays: 12.00 Weekdays: 19.00

Iglesia de Santa Marina:

Sundays and holidays: 12.00 Mondays to Saturday: 9.00

Daily: 19.30. Pilgrim blessing, a visit and a Camino passport stamp (March to October): from 11.00 to 13.00 and from 17.00 to 21.00

Convento de la Merced:

Sundays and holidays: 13.00 Monday to Saturday: 18.30 / Summer hours: 20.00

Confession: If it is requested and during worship.

Visit and stemping of Camino passport: from 10.00 to 13.00 and from 16.30 to 19.00

Capilla de San Lázaro:

Sundays: 12.00 Monday to Saturday: 19.00

Iglesia de El Salvador:

Sundays and holidays: 9.30

 

PORTOMARÍN


Winter:

Sundays and holy days/holidays: 12.30

Evening before Sundays and holidays: 19.30 Daily: 19.00 (with pilgrim blessing)

Summer:

Sundays and holidays: 12.30

Daily: 20.00 (with pilgrim blessing)

 

 PALAS DE REI

Sundays and holidays: 13.30 and 20.00 Daily: 20.00

 

MELIDE

Sundays and holidays: 10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 13.00, 17.30 and 19.00

Weekdays: 10.00 and 19.15

 

BOENTE (between Melide and Arzua)

 

Sundays and holidays: 12.15 (from June to September) and 13.00 (all other months)

 

ARZUA

Sundays and holidays: 10.30, 12.30, 19.00 in winter and 20.00 in summer

Evening before Sundays and holidays: 19.00 in winter and 20.00 in summer

Weekdays: 8.30, 19.00 in winter and 20.00 in summer


SANTIAGOMass times Santiago


The Cathedral of Santiago is quite a spectacle and thankfully is open all year round so it is a very welcome sight when you arrive in Santiago de Compostela after your pilgrimage to sit down and attend church at a mass time Santiago that suits you. It is certainly something very special and humbling so be prepared to have some sort of emotion opened up in your core. Also the famous Botafumeiro is a sight to behold. Read more on the Botafumerio here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Botafumeiro

Opening hours: 7:00 am to 9:00 pm.
Mass times change depending on day of the week and holidays/festivals etc. for full details we recommend you see here: Catedral de Santiago



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