Drawing to be held to attend pope's procession

Pope Francis arrives in New York City in three weeks and residents can now enter for a chance to attend his procession through Central Park.

The procession will be held on Sept. 25

The procession will be held on Sept. 25 as the pontiff heads to Mass at Madison Square Garden.

NEW YORK CITY - Pope Francis arrives in New York City in three weeks and residents can now enter for a chance to attend his procession through Central Park.

The procession will be held on Friday, Sept. 25 along the West Drive as the pontiff heads to Mass at Madison Square Garden.

New Yorkers can enter a drawing to receive two free tickets. Those interested need to apply before the end of Sept. 7, which is next Monday.

Winners will be notified on Sept. 10.

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