Thousands of pilgrims are flocking to Saint Peter's Square in Vatican City ahead of the canonisation ceremonies of Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXIII.
Dozens of pilgrims from John Paul II's native Poland arrived in Rome earlier and set up a camp to make sure they secure the best spots for tomorrow.
More than 200,000 faithful are expected to watch the ceremony at Saint Peter's Square.
Pope Francis has declared John XXIII and John Paul II saints in a ceremony made more historic by the presence of retired Pope Benedict XVI.
The men being made saints today left their mark on the Catholic Church in different ways. Here's all you need to know about the pontiffs.