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Vatican warns against touts, agents selling tickets for papal events

October 12, 2013 - The Vatican is warning the faithful and visitors against touts and agencies selling tickets which are free for papal events saying the canonization ceremony for the sainthood of Blesseds John XXIII and John Paul II on April 27, 2014, is entry-free without ticket. In a brief note on Saturday, the Prefecture of the Pontifical Household said that participation in the ceremony will be open to all those who can find a place in Rome’s St. Peter’s Square and in the adjoining Pius XII Square and the broad Via della Conciliazione avenue. “As on other occasions, faithful are asked to watch out against touts, agencies and tour operators selling or asking money for tickets,” the Prefecture said. It also reminded all that tickets for audiences and celebrations by the Holy Father are absolutely free. (Source: Vatican)


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