Asia News has posted its article about Pope Benedict XVI's message at today's General Audience here. In today's message, the Pope explained the meaning of each of the days of the Easter Triduum, which will begin tomorrow evening, and looked forward to Easter. Here is an excerpt:
"'Despite all the darkness in the world, evil does not have the last word,' said Benedict XVI, frequently changing his prepared text off the cuff. 'For our part, let’s commit ourselves to create a more just world with more courage.' The pope then invited the faithful to participate in celebrations of the Triduum starting tomorrow. 'These days are intended to re-ignite in us an urgent desire to follow and to serve Christ, mindful of the fact that he loved us to the point of giving up his life for us.'”
The ZENIT translation is here. The Vatican translation is here. Keep in mind that they may differ both because of the translators' preferences and also because one may be based on the prepared text while the other is translated from the message as actually delivered.