If you plan to attend the Concluding Mass to be led by Pope Francis at Quirino Grandstand on Sunday, here's how to go there and what you should expect.
For those with private vehicles, there will be parking areas at the CCP Complex, Manila Zoo, Rizal Memorial Stadium, and other areas but these are expected to be filled with vehicles.
Eight convergence sites along Taft Avenue, Kalaw Avenue, Katigbak Parkway and other areas have also been identified by organizers.
For those who will commute to Luneta, the best way to reach the site is via the LRT 1.
You can alight at the LRT's UN Station and walk across Kalaw Street to Luneta.
Gates are along M. Orosa and will be open starting at 6 a.m. Sunday.
The Luneta Mass site will be organized into grids that will be secured by police, soldiers, as well as Department of Health and Red Cross personnel.
Pope Francis will be on his popemobile and will go around the area to greet mass-goers.
Here are a few reminders for your safety during the mass: