The one uncontested truth about the Papal visit - it was a triumph of organisation

The one uncontested truth about the Papal visit - it was a triumph of organisation
The crowd in the Phoenix Park at Pope Francis's Mass on Sunday. Pic: Getty

The final crowd in the Phoenix Park may have been 200,000 rather than 500,000. But that does not take away from the gigantic logistical effort to prepare the site

The debate over Pope Francis’s visit to Ireland continues to rage on, two days after his return to Rome. But there is one uncontested narrative about his 36-hour trip – it was a triumph of Irish organisation.

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