In Case You Missed It....

The pope is coming to town! Just in case you didn't know that, you won't be able to miss the banners and bus ads in Washington D.C. heralding the arrival of the Holy Father.

The archdiocese of Washington has placed ads promoting the pope's visit in 150 Metro buses. They feature a quote from Benedict XVI: "One who has hope lives differently," which is from his second encylical letter.

The banners -- a red background with a logo similar to the archdiocese of Washington's logo of a cross and papal keys -- have been placed along the Key Bridge, (which crosses the Potomac River from Virginia to D.C.) and along the popemobile routes through the city.

Bus ad:

Banner:


You can download the graphics in PDF format: Here are the bus ad and banner.

By Jacqueline L. Salmon |  April 11, 2008; 10:45 AM ET
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