New Yorkers who want to catch a glimpse of Pope Francis in Central Park can begin registering Thursday for a chance of winning tickets.
The chair Pope Francis will use during Mass later this month in New York City has arrived at Madison Square Garden.
According to sources, the fence will divide the sidewalk from 49th to 59th streets and those coming out to see the pope will need to be cleared by metal detectors to get street-side access.
The pope “will greet thousands of guests in a historic procession through Central Park along the West Drive” on Friday, Sept. 25, the Mayor’s office announced Tuesday.
Pope Francis has announced that he’s easing the Catholic Church’s rules on forgiveness for abortions women have already had.
Details are emerging about the “massive” and “complex” security plan being worked out for Pope Francis’ visit to New York City next month.
A larger-than-life welcome for Pope Francis is going up in Midtown.
The Archdiocese of New York is in serious discussions to have the pope’s motorcade pass through part of Central Park.
Crews are putting the finishing touches on the landmark church just in time for Pope Francis’ visit in September.
Father Stephen Grozio of the Church of St. Rosalie in Hampton Bays, where many immigrants worship, said the pope will focus on love and peace.
Pope Francis’ New York City visit was just a few weeks away Friday, and one of his stops will be a school in East Harlem.
With papal events scheduled in New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, Amtrak said it is anticipating an increased demand along the Northeast Corridor from Sept. 25 to Sept. 28.
The Pope will be visiting the city in September, and has insisted that he wants to meet and greet New Yorkers.
When the pope visits Our Lady Queen of Angels school next month, he’ll first be greeted by hundreds of school kids on the street.
The UN General Assembly is expected to draw 160 world leaders. Bratton said traveling around Manhattan will be a problem.