The weekend - which was packed full of traffic restrictions, tailbacks and traffic jams - provided some brilliant moments. From selfies to packed lunches, here are the highlights:
12 year old Alison Nevil from Swords was brought along to Croke Park as a representative of the Traveller community. As she met the Pope, she took a once in a lifetime chance to get a selfie with the man himself.
The first ever Pope selfie in Ireland. pic.twitter.com/dnhmIoVj6e
— Mark Simpson (@BBCMarkSimpson) August 26, 2018
When Pope Francis kissed this woman’s baby, there was only one thing she knew to say
So, the Pope was in England apparently.
— Tommy Barrett (@Tommyb171079) August 25, 2018
Is that Northern Irish Tayto?!
"Well that's the lunch sorted." Packed lunches for hundreds of Gardaí being prepared at Store Street Garda Station ahead of the Papal Visit. #PopeInIreland #PápaInÉirinn#festivaloffamilies pic.twitter.com/JsOX5q8j9r
— An Garda Síochána (@GardaTraffic) August 25, 2018
Has The Curse Been Lifted?
Everyone is asking the same question after Pope Francis signed a Mayo jersey dyring his visit to Knock!
— Dublin GAA Fans (@DubsGAAFans) August 26, 2018
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