MARCH 18: Chairs are positioned for guests in front of St Peter's Basilica as workers prepare for the inauguration mass of Pope Francis on March 18, 2013 in Vatican City, Vatican. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
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VATICAN CITY - (AP) -- The Vatican is releasing details of the pope's installation Mass on Tuesday as well images of his coat of arms and fisherman's ring.
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In addition to more than 132 government delegations, the Vatican said 33 Christian delegations will be present, as well as representatives from Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Sikh and Jain communities.
The Vatican said Monday that neither his papal ring nor his coat of arms will be ornate.
The ring that Pope Francis will put on during the Mass once belonged to Pope Paul VI, and is made of gold-plated silver.
The coat of arms is the same one he used archbishop of Buenos Aires, with the addition of the papal symbols of a bishops' miter and gold and silver-crossed keys.
A gold star representing the Virgin Mary, and the nardo, a grape-like plant with which St. Joseph is often represented, are painted on a bright blue background. Above them is the emblem of Francis' Jesuit order. Together the three represent Jesus, Mary and Joseph.
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