Pope Francis has arrived in the United States and faces a jam-packed itinerary for his upcoming trip to Washington, D.C., New York City, and Philadelphia. In just six days, he’ll canonize a saint, lead large scale public Masses, and speak to both Congress and the United Nations.
In between, he is making time to meet one-on-one with those on the margins -- immigrants, prisoners, and the volunteers who have worked for months to help organize the trip.
Check out The Huffington Post’s official Pope Tracker to stay up-to-date on the whereabouts of this fast-moving pope over the next few days.
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