The much-awaited event in the Christendom is set to happen this January, as Pope Francis conducts his first-ever apostolic visit to the country. To celebrate this global event, The Araneta Center, together with its official media partner TV5, invites everyone to an exclusive coverage of the Papal visit at The Smart Araneta Coliseum from January 16 - 18, 2015. The event starts at 9am until 1pm, but gates will open as early as 7 in the morning. It is a chance to keep abreast of Pope Francis’ Papal visit to the country, LIVE on a huge screen.
The Papal Visit streaming gives viewers the opportunity to vicariously share in Pope Francis’ meaningful journey through the Philippines, which will become the 3rd Asian country the Pope visits this year as head of the Catholic Church, after Sri Lanka and South Korea.
Also featured in the event is the “Tu Es Petrus Tour of Papal Relics”. Petrus is a Latin derivation of the name Peter that refers to all the Pope successors in the Catholic Church. These relics include not only the mortal remains of the Popes who previously visited the country, bearing the title of “Saint” or “Blessed”, but also some of the things they touched or used. These were all authenticated and recognized by the Church, thus highly esteemed and valued for their sacredness. Present in the exhibit are first and second class relics, from major to minor kinds, including blood stains, hair strands, and skull cap of Pope John Paul II, as well as the sacred zucchetto of Pope Francis and Pope Benedict XVI. The relics are also available for viewing at the Gateway Activity Center from January 19 to January 31, 2015.
Admission to the live streaming is absolutely FREE! Tickets are now available at Gateway Mall, Ali Mall and Farmers Plaza Concierge. You just need to register at the concierge to get free tickets. They are also raffling off Patron tickets to this event. Join their giveaway HERE. T-shirts will also be given away to participants for FREE to serve as memento of the said event.
This once-in-a-lifetime experience is in line with The Araneta Center’s public service efforts and genuine desire to fulfill its corporate social responsibility.
For more information on the Papal coverage at The Big Dome, please visit www.aranetacenter.net and www.dearpopefrancis.ph.