Tickets will be free of charge when they become available.
IT WAS ANNOUNCED yesterday that over 500,000 tickets will be made available for Pope Francis’ Mass at the Phoenix Park and at Knock this August.
However, those who are really keen to ensure they will be there on the day have options.
Access to the venues which Pope Francis will visit will be heavily restricted, with crowds limited to 600,000 in the Phoenix Park.
This will contrast with the one million people who attended the visit of Pope John Paul II in Phoenix Park in 1979, with Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin referencing “health and safety” as the reason for the restrictions.
Today we’re asking: Will you apply for a ticket to see the Pope’s Mass in the Phoenix Park?