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Pope in Cuba and U.S.A.

Pope Francis in his Fiat 500, on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia. Pope Francis made a surprise visit to St. Joseph’s University, which i

Pope Francis in his Fiat 500, on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia. Pope Francis made a surprise visit to St. Joseph’s University, which is located nearby.

Pope Francis makes surprise visit to St. Joseph's University

28/09/2015 12:22

Pope Francis made an unscheduled stop at Philadelphia’s Saint Joseph’s University on Sunday, shortly before celebrating the final Mass for the World Meeting of Families.

 

Pope Francis blesses an inmate at the Curran-Fromhold Correction Facility in Philadelphia

Pope Francis blesses an inmate at the Curran-Fromhold Correction Facility in Philadelphia

Pope to inmates: "Jesus doesn't ask us where we have been or what we have done"

28/09/2015 10:00

Before celebrating the World Meeting of Families Holy Mass which wrapped up his Apostolic Visit to the United States on Sunday afternoon, Pope Francis met with inmates at Philadelphia’s  Curran-Fromhold Correction Facility.

 

Pope Francis: Farewell Speech Philadelphia airport

Pope Francis: Farewell Speech Philadelphia airport

Pope Francis concludes visit to USA, and leaves for Rome

28/09/2015 01:00

Pope Francis concluded his visit to the United States of America withwords of gratitude to the authorities and to the organisers of the World Meeting fo Families, 2015 and amessage of encouragement Americans and the families in the world. 

Inmates at Curran-Fromhold Prison making a chair carved out of walnut for the Pope to use during his visit.

Inmates at Curran-Fromhold Prison making a chair carved out of walnut for the Pope to use during his visit.

Pope: Prisons must care for wounded; offer new possibilities

27/09/2015 16:30

Pope Francis met prisoners at Philadelphia’s largest jail and said society must share or take seriously the pain of its children and not view it as something normal.