UGA Students Headed to Philadelphia to See Pope Francis

Nearly 50 students are leaving early Friday morning on a bus to Philadelphia to attend Mass with Pope Francis on Sunday morning. Space is limited, but there is still room available. Tickets are $250 and include hotel and charter bus ride. You do not need to be a UGA student to attend.

If you want to attend, call David Briones, director of religious education and coordinator of collegiate activities, at (706) 543-2293.

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has more on Pope Francis’ official visit and schedule.


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