The visit of Pope Francis’ to the Philippines, said to be the fourth papal visit to the island nation. One of the highlights of Pope Francis' visit to the Philippines will be the outside mass at the Rizal Park on Sunday January 18, his last engagement before he comes back to the Vatican.
The mass, booked to start at 3:30 pm on Sunday, is liable to be gone to by a huge number of Filipinos. The last time a pope drove mass in the same range in 1995, practically 5 million Filipinos trooped to the region, in one of the biggest ecclesiastical social occasions in the historical backdrop of the Catholic Church at the time.
Pope Francis will visit venues crosswise over Leyte and Manila amid his visit to the Philippines from January 15 - 19. The visit is required to pull in packs in the millions as Filipino Catholics group to catch a look of the pioneer of the Catholic Church in the Philippines surprisingly since 1995. The Pope will start the visit in Manila, then going to Tacloban to visit zones crushed by Typhoon Haiyan before coming back to Manila to hold a mass at Rizal Park. The Philippines is the main Catholic greater part country in Asia with around 90 percent of the populace declaring the confidence.
LIVE SCHEDULE OF PAPAL VISIT IN PHILIPPINES 2015:
Sunday 18th January 2015
-Brief Meeting with the Religious Leaders of the Philippines at the Pontifical University of Santo Tomas in Manila
-MEETING WITH THE YOUTH at the Sports Field of the University
-HOLY MASS at Rizal Park in Manila
Monday 19th January 2015
-Leave Taking Ceremony at the Presidential Pavilion of Villamor Air Base in Manila
-Departure by plane from Manila for Rome
Watch for the live streaming coverage of Pope Francis visits to the Philippines January 15 - 19 2015, for the live audio updates, listen to the web streaming of DZMM.