I'll Trade You Two Pope Tickets for.....
You won't find the offer there now, though. The Archdiocese of Washington spotted it recently, along with a few other offers to trade or sell papal Mass tickets, and had them taken down. (They also found someone trying to sell tickets to the pope's meeting with American bishops at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception on April 16. Problem is, the event isn't open to the public and there are no tickets.)
According to Susan Gibbs, spokesperson for the archdiocese, it has sent cease-and-desist letters to the offenders, and to Craigslist. "It's not right," said Gibbs. "It's a Mass and we don't sell Masses."
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