Thousands of people lined the streets of Dublin to get a glimpse of Pope Francis on his way to St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral, where he talked to couples about marriage.

The pope, riding the famous Pope mobile, made his way through the crowded streets of the capital. Along with supporters of the pope, protesters were also in the crowd.

And there he goes: The Popemobile carrying Pope Francis drives (very quickly) through Dublin. #PopeInIreland #WMOF2018 pic.twitter.com/i8hlCVazGq

— Nicky Ryan (@NickyRyan_) August 25, 2018

Pope Francis then made his way to the Day Centre for Homeless Families of the Capuchin Fathers.

At the Day Centre for Homeless Families of the Capuchin Fathers, #PopeFrancis reminded us of the importance of living a life of love for one another, simplicity, and service. #wmof2018 #popeinireland pic.twitter.com/AmIT8Eyamg

— Currents News (@currentsny) August 25, 2018

The pope will address 70,000 people tonight in Croke Park for the World Meeting of Families.

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Pope Francis (on the Pope mobile) arrives at St Mary's Pro-Cathedral in Dublin with Archbishop Diarmuid Martin, during the first day of his visit to Ireland Rollingnews.ie