17:18 The cardinals are leaving the Sistine Chapel. Pope Francis kissed the altar before he left.
17:17 Mass closes with the Eucharistic hymn "O salutaris Hostia", "O Saving Host"
17:15 The Pope has said the closing prayer... now "Ite, Missa Est," and the Mass is ended.
16:59 Cardinals receive the Eucharist in the Sistine Chapel
16:56 The Agnus Dei
16:53 The cardinals and Pope Francis pray the Pater Noster
16:52 The concelebrant prays for "Our father, Francis."
16:48 Pope Francis says the Words of Consecration for the first time as Pope
16:47 Pope Francis begins the Eucharistic Prayer
16:45 The choir sing the Sanctus
16:38 "For the family of God, called here today, that we may all be confirmed in the Grace of Our Lord Jesus Christ."
16:38 "For the leaders of the world, that they may act for the common good."
16:36 The Pope and cardinals pray for the Church and for the Pope Emeritus
16:34 "But if we walk without the Cross, we are not the Lord's disciples. We are worldly people. We are bishops, cardinal,s, popes - but we are not disciples of the Lord. To walk in the presence of the Lord... to build the Church... and to confess the crucified Lord... I hope that for all of us, the Holy Spirit, and through the intercession of the Blessed Virgin, that this grace ll come to pass, working, building and confessing through Jesus Christ crucified."
16:33 "But this is not always as simple. As we confess, sometimes, there are troubles. There are things that drag us backwards. This Gospel reveals a very special situation. peter himself confesses to Christ. He says 'you are the Messiah, the son of the living God. I will follow you.'"
16:31 "We can build many things, but if we do not confess to Christ, something is wrong. When you no longer walk you are at a standstill. When you do not build on solid rock, what happens? The same thing that happens to children on s beach when they build sandcastles - they dissolve. When we do not confess Jesus Christ, he who does not pray to the Lord prays to the devil. When you do not confess to Christ you confess to worldliness, to the devil. Keep confessing to Christ."
16:31 "Building the Church which is the spouse of Christ. And now, confession..."
16:30 Pope Francis' homily: "We must keep on moving in the presence of God and in the light of the Lord: build... build the Church... build the Church with rocks"
16:27 The Gospel reading at Mass is Matthew 16:18: "You are Peter, and on this rock I will build my Church."