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Jan. 13, 19 | 8:12 am

Filipinos around the UAE are heavily anticipating the arrival of the Pope for the upcoming Papal Visit happening for the first time in the UAE this coming February 3-5. The visit brings the beginning of the UAE’s Year of Tolerance in a high note as the country will witness a mass celebrated by Pope Francis himself to be held at the Zayed Sports City on February 5.

Parishoners comprised of Filipinos and other expats have begun registering at their respective parishes for a chance to get a ticket for the Papal Mass.

Each parish advises the public that the registration will not automatically guarantee a ticket as all churches in the UAE have limited numbers of tickets available. Those who have successfully registered should wait for further announcements to see if they were provided with a ticket to attend the mass.

Here are the processes for each Parish:

St. Mary’s Church, Dubai

St. Mary’s Dubai Parishioners (only those who belongs to Dubai Parish) who are interested to attend the Papal Mass are requested to complete the online parishioner registration before January 15 2019. Parish registration ID/number is mandatory to obtain a ticket to attend the Papal Mass.
Dubai Parish will list out all the main representations of the parish – by community, ministry, movements, etc. with the aim to ensure as much a broad representation as possible.

Registration Link: https://www.saintmarysdubai.org/online-profile

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St. Joseph’s Cathedral, Abu Dhabi

Parishoners of St. Joseph’s Cathedral are advised to register first by going to the church to access their registration through intranet. The intranet for registration is only available in the vicinity of the parish limited to 2nd floor. Parish hall.

Steps: https://www.facebook.com/katolikongpinoysaabudhabi/photos/a.472121039571637/1971047433012316/?type=3&theater

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St. Paul’s Church, Mussafah

St. Paul’s Musaffah Parishioners who are interested to attend the Papal Mass are requested to complete the online parishioner registration before January 15 2019.
Parish registration ID/number is mandatory to obtain a ticket to attend the Papal Mass.

Registration Link: http://www.onlineparishregister.org/

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St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Al Ain

St. Mary’s Al Ain parishioners are advised to visit their website www.stmarysalian.org and click on the title PAPAL MASS and you will see a very simple registration form, you can fill it. The last date of registration is 13th Sunday January ,2019. We can’t assure ticket for all those who registering due to limited number of tickets allotted to our parish.

Registration Link: https://www.stmarysalain.org/papal-mass

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St. Francis Jebel Ali, Dubai

Parishoners of St. Francis Jebel Ali should first register online to obtain their registration IDs. As with all other parishes, all correct details should be inputted, especially Emirates ID or else the registration will be null and void.

Registration Link: https://cristo.avosa.org/jebelali/registration/form

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Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Fujairah

For Fujairah residents who wish to attend the Papal Mass, they need to be registered through the Our Lady Of Perpetual Help Church office through an online form. The church will then will properly record your personal data for your convenience and will advise their parishoners to wait for further announcements regarding their tickets, should they be chosen to attend.

Registration Link: https://cristo.avosa.org/fujairah/registration/form

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St. Anthony of Padua Church, Ras Al Khaimah

Parishoners who are interested to attend the Papal Mass are requested to complete the online parishioner registration before January 15, 2019. Parish registration ID/number is mandatory to obtain a ticket to attend the Papal Mass. Number of entry tickets are limited so delay in registration will lose your chance to get a ticket from the quota that the parish will get. There is no separate registration for Papal Mass Ticket.

Registration Link: https://www.stanthonyrak.org/contactform

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St. Michael’s Church, Sharjah

No information available yet as of press time on their website, but parishoners may either visit or contact the church through the following means for updates.
Tel: 06 5662424 / 06 5662049, Fax: 06 5663324
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.stmichaelssharjah.org

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