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Range of memorabilia released to commemorate Pope's visit to Ireland

 A range of products released to commemorate Pope Francis' visit to Ireland at the end of the month includes this cardboard seat
Marie Louise McConville

Whether you're planning to make the trip to Dublin to see Pope Francis during his visit or hoping to catch a glance of the Pontiff on TV, a special range of products have been released for sale to mark the special occasion.

Veritas, a religious publisher and retailer, has put a range of memorabilia up for sale on its website.

A Pope Francis Souvenir Chair, made of cardboard, is on sale for €18.95

The chair, described as "robust with back support" is said to be "lightweight" and "easy to assemble".

The seat can carry weights of up to 100kg and is "100% recyclable in keeping with Pope Francis’ narrative on the environment".

A range of products released to commemorate Pope Francis' visit to Ireland at the end of the month, includes bunting

A Pope Francis Ireland 2018 T-Shirt, which is on sale for €9.95 and if you're planning on bringing a packed lunch to any of the events, you can carry them in a Pope Francis Ireland 2018 Cotton Bag, priced at €6.95.

In addition, if the rain makes an appearance while you're at the open air Mass at Phoenix Park, there's also a commemorative umbrella available for €14.95.

A range of products released to commemorate Pope Francis' visit to Ireland at the end of the month, includes a magnet

However, if you're not planning on making the trip to Dublin and are instead planning to mark the event at home, there's also a range of suitable products to make the experience more memorable.

A Pope Francis Ireland 2018 Candle can be purchased for €2.50 while a Pope Francis Ireland 2018 Mug is €7.95 to buy.

Papal Flag Bunting can be purchased for €19.95 while a Pope Francis Ireland 2018 Keyring And Prayercard is €3.50.

A range of products released to commemorate Pope Francis' visit to Ireland at the end of the month, includes a cotton bag

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