The Holy Father has left The Big Apple. The Pope toured Habana, Cuba, as well as Washington, DC, New York City and finally Philly today and tomorrow, where The Pontiff when he wraps up his whirlwind American tour replete with with peace and spirituality. He addressed US Politicians, world leaders, but it is obvious that his preferred flock are those, who are marginalized, the poor and the under-served.
And for those political pundits who criticize The Pope, who is asking us all to care for each other and to do unto others, CITY IMAGES says, its high time to get with the program.
Pope Francis will take a well deserved break as he heads back to Rome on Sunday after making one more stop on his historic U.S. tour: Philadelphia.
The pope arrives in the City of Brotherly Love this morning, where he will attend Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul before visiting Independence Mall, which is the home base for The Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.
More than 1.5 million visitors are expected to gather on Sunday for the World Meeting of Families and a visit by The Pope, after which he will depart for Italy and return to his humble digs at The Vatican.
As Pope Francis wraps up a historic tour of America, The mother of all Lunar eclipses will be visible for all. A total lunar eclipse will coincide with a "Supermoon" for the first time in 33 years and if you happen to miss it, you won't have a chance to see it for another two decades. The event will start at 10:10 p.m. ET Sunday, and will last for about one hour and 13 minutes.