Mass for homeland served at Prague’s St. Vitus Cathedral

A mass for the homeland was celebrated in St. Vitus Cathedral at Prague Castle on Sunday by Prague Archbishop Jan Graubner.

The service was attended by outgoing President Miloš Zeman and both of his potential successors, retired army general Petr Pavel and the chairman of the ANO movement and former Prime Minister Andrej Babiš. Among the participants was also the unsuccessful presidential candidate and Senator Pavel Fischer.

The mass took place less than a week before the second round of the presidential election.

Author: Ruth Fraňková