According to The Daily Star, the Holy Mass was attended by more than 80,000 people from around the country.
As per the report, a total of 16 priests were ordained during the ceremony and the people gathered there prayed for bringing peace in the world.
"I know that many of you came from afar, for a trip for more than two days," the Pope told the crowd in his homily.
"Thank you for your generosity. This indicates the love you have for the Church," he added.
The Pope is scheduled to meet Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina later today.
Scores of Muslim Rohingya refugees have sought safe haven in Bangladesh after fleeing a military crackdown in Myanmar.
President Abdul Hamid received the Pope near the VVIP Tarmac of Dhaka's Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport.
A contingent of Bangladesh's armed forces gave him a guard of honour and state salute.
Francis is the first Pope to visit Bangladesh in 31 years. (ANI)