Two Popes, Two Saints on APRIL 27 2014

Vancouver Catholic Event

What is Two Popes, Two Saints?

On Divine Mercy Sunday, April 27, Popes John XXIII and John Paul II will be canonized in Rome. Two Popes, Two Saints is a way for us to celebrate in a big way!

At 2 pm, the Grand Procession will begin with 12 representatives from each Parish carrying their Parish banner followed by a special devotion to the Divine Mercy. Mass will begin at 3 pm.

Who should attend?

Everyone. All are invited to join us for this momentous occasion.

How much will it cost to attend?

Tickets are Free and available at your Parish Office.

When and where will it take place?

Two Popes, Two Saints will take place at the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, BC on Sunday, April 27, 2014.

What time do doors open?

Doors open at 1 pm.

How do you get to the Pacific Coliseum?

The Pacific Coliseum is located near the corner of Hastings Street and Renfrew Street in Vancouver. Click here to use google maps for better direction and simply type in your address information. Click here for a map of the Pacific Coliseum. For more information, please visit the PNE website.

Do I need a ticket if I’m participating for the Grand Procession?

Yes, tickets for the Grand Procession have been mailed to all parishes along with further information for all Grand Procession participants. Please ask your Parish secretary for your ticket and for further information.

If my family member or friend is part of the Grand Procession, will I be able to sit with them?

Unfortunately you will not be able to sit with participants of the Grand Procession as each Parish has selected 12 representatives to carry the Parish Banner and they will have special reserved seating on the floor section.

Is there assigned seating?

Tickets have been assigned by section but you are welcome to sit in any seat within your section.

Do you have wheelchair seating available?

Yes. If you require wheelchair seating, please contact your parish office.

Will parking be available at the venue?

Yes, parking is available at the Pacific Coliseum for $10 flat rate.  Cars can enter at Gate 6.

Will we be celebrating Divine Mercy Sunday as well?

Yes, a special devotion to the Divine Mercy will take place as we pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet together. Please be sure to bring your rosary.

Will food or drinks be available?

As this is a liturgical celebration, all concession stands at the Coliseum will be closed. Water fountains will be available throughout the venue.

Two Popes Two Saints