By Pat Loeb

By Pat Loeb 

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Papal Visit Playbook for Philadelphia area residents goes online today at noon.

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World Meeting of Families Executive Director Donna Farrell says the “playbook” has been in the works for many weeks and she hopes it will answer any questions residents may have.

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“In information, the papal visit playbook is going to include a complete outline of the event itself, recommendations for how residents can participate in all of this, the transportation options, emergency notification information, city service information and many additional resources to support residents,” Farrell says. “There’s even pet care information.”

Farrell says it will be updated regularly, right up to the weekend of the Pope’s visit, September 26th and 27th. That weekend, print copies will be available.

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