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# Pope Visit

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'Pure sectarian hatred' or 'totally biased pro-Catholic coverage': Complaints to RTÉ over papal visit
The Phoenix Park reopens at 4pm today - over 15 hours ahead of schedule
Nearly 200 student gardaí will patrol the Papal visit - but they won't be able to actually arrest anyone
Round-the-clock news, live Mass, and a Joe Duffy special: RTÉ reveal schedule for papal visit
'Young people are the future': Pope issues message to Irish people ahead of visit
Meet the new Popemobile - plus how they've changed through the years
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin: 'The Pope has to speak frankly about our past'
Mascots, bakers, and ironing mammies: here's what the 13,000 papal visit volunteers will be up to
'It needs to be more than sorry': Archbishop wants Pope to meet abuse victims during Irish visit
'Morale is on the floor': Defence Forces to be paid just €47.59 per day for extra work during Pope visit
Vatican's child protection chair Sean O'Malley withdraws from World Meeting of Families event
With over a week to go, Dublin-bound train tickets for the day of the Pope's mass are nearly sold out
Chairs of the faithful: Commemorative Pope Francis seats go on sale ahead of Phoenix Park mass
This is the crack team that will be protecting the Pope during his Irish visit
‘Of course’ LGBT couples welcome to volunteer says Archbishop: ‘It’s also a Catholic event’
The Pope's visit has attracted over 2,500 volunteers
How an outbreak of ragwort brought Pope John Paul II to a field in Drogheda
Sixth man arrested in Pope threat
Five arrested over plot to harm Pope Benedict
Pope adviser calls UK a 'Third World country'