Pope Speaks to Seminarians, Bishops From Around the World
PHILADELHPIA (WTXF) - As Pope Francis' final day in Philadelphia gets underway, he won't need to travel very far for his first event at 9:15 a.m.
Sunday morning, Pope Francis will begin another busy and historic day at the Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary.
Pope Francis has been staying in the seminary during his visit to Philadelphia.
He will make his way over to the Saint Martin of Tours Chapel in the city's Summerdale section in the morning, for an event that will be closed to the public.
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There, he will be greeted by about 150 seminarians, while 300 bishops from around the world wait inside of the chapel where Pope Francis will speak.
The Holy Father will also pose for a photo with seminarians, with the purpose of recreating an image featuring Pope John Paul II that was taken during his Philadelphia Papal visit in 1979.
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