Quite a 40-hour span for the Pope

United States
September 26, 2015 6:38am CST
I am a few years (10) younger than Pope Francis and I know I couldn't keep up with him! He was looking a little weary toward the end yesterday but he sure perked up when the 20,000 plus crowd at the Mass at Madison Square Garden gave him a 5-minute standing ovation. I watched as much as possible of his time in New York City and I must say that it appears all activities went off without incident. A big thanks to the NYPD and all associated agencies that protected the Pope and made the trip so worthwhile to so many. Now on to Philadelphia, PA and more huge crowds, actually the crowds there will be even bigger than New York's crowds. I bet he will be looking forward to his plane ride back home on Sunday so that he can relax and remember his time in the United States.
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@LadyDuck (152731)
• Switzerland
26 Sep 15
He will be back in wonderful Rome and surely enjoy to sleep in his bed. I love the weather of Rome in September and October.
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• United States
26 Sep 15
He looks quite a bit more lively this morning -!!
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@Jessicalynnt (47789)
• Centralia, Missouri
26 Sep 15
all that and I would sleep the whole way back, I'd love to meet him and the Dhali Llama
• United States
26 Sep 15
I'd have a hard time since I don't/won't fly!
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@Rollo1 (16651)
• Boston, Massachusetts
26 Sep 15
I haven't seen any of the news about his visit. I don't turn the TV on very often and when I do, it's to watch older shows off air.
• United States
26 Sep 15
I watched enough for all of us!
@marlina (72858)
• Canada
26 Sep 15
Just watched a few minutes in the news. He has a lot of stamina.