With a Mass for 18,000 people in a New York City arena, Pope Francis has wrapped up a day that took him from the global spotlight of the United Nations to a classroom where he got impromptu coaching from a fourth-grader on using a touch screen. He also visited a school set amid public housing in East Harlem, took a processional drive through Central Park and, finally, presided over Mass at Madison Square Garden. Pope Francis is praising big cities for their diversity and culture but is warning that they can also make their people feel they don't belong, shunning them and treating them like second-class citizens.
During a Mass at Madison Square Garden, Francis emphasized a point he has made throughout his U.S. Pope Francis has begun celebrating Mass for 18,000 people at the Madison Square Garden arena, the final event on his New York City trip.
Before the service began, Francis made a lap of the arena floor in a golf cart, getting huge cheers. By his preference, Francis will sit in a simple oak chair built by day laborers working for a charity, rather than by expert craftsmen.
Heavy security around Pope Francis' visit to the United States meant those attending his Mass at Madison Square Garden had to get there hours in advance for screening. The Archdiocese of New York put together a faith-focused concert for attendees before the Mass started. Pope Francis is captivating a New York venue that more commonly showcases rock stars and pro athletes than religious leaders. He is riding around the floor of Madison Square Garden in a golf cart, to gleeful screams from the crowd, before celebrating Mass at the arena.
It can hold around 18,000 people - so many that about 200 deacons and 150 volunteers are set to assist him in giving Holy Communion. Pope Francis has greeted tens of thousands of people as he drove through New York City's Central Park, a processional that marked his biggest public event in the city. An ear-piercing roar rose from the crowd as his open-sided popemobile made its way slowly through the park.
Francis stood and waved to the crowd surging against barricades as the vehicle made its roughly 15-minute trip, flanked by police vehicles and officers on foot. The pope is now on his way to celebrate Mass at Madison Square Garden as he wraps up a day of activities in New York. Pope Francis is embarking on the most public part of his New York visit, a processional drive through Central Park.
He's set to drive through part of the park in his open-sided Jeep popemobile, which he used in a short motorcade on Fifth Avenue on Thursday night.
Francis is known for his openness to interacting with people, and he sometimes wades into crowds to do so. At a New York City school where children and immigrants gathered to greet Pope Francis on Friday, the answers included a cross, a book of stories from 1,000 immigrants, a tablecloth embroidered by a group of mothers, a white hard hat and leather tool belt from migrant workers. The ball was from a group of refugee children who had crossed the border unaccompanied by adults.
Eighteen-year-old Ariel Mejia (meh-HEE'-ah), of Honduras, gave Francis the ball, then gave him a demonstration: He headed it and asked the pope what his favorite team was. Francis told the children from Our Lady Queen of Angels School and other Catholic schools that King's dream of equal opportunity was a hope that children like them could get an education. It's the second time Francis has mentioned the civil rights leader and Baptist minister during the pope's first visit to the United States.
Pope Francis got a bit of a tech lesson when he visited a Catholic school in New York City: A fourth-grader showed him how to use a touch screen. The pontiff was looking at projects that students from various schools had prepared for his visit. Pope Francis is making one of the most person-to-person appearances of his New York trip at an East Harlem school. Our Lady Queens of Angels school is set amid public housing in East Harlem, a predominantly Hispanic Upper Manhattan neighborhood. Pope Francis is resting and having lunch in New York City before a busy afternoon that includes a school visit, a trip through Central Park, and Mass at Madison Square Garden. While in the nation's largest city, the pope is staying at the official residence of the apostolic nuncio and Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations.
On Friday afternoon, he heads to Our Lady Queen of the Angels school, set amid public housing in the heavily Hispanic neighborhood of East Harlem.
Later, he will greet as many as 80,000 onlookers during a drive through Central Park, en route to Mass for 18,000 at Madison Square Garden. He spoke at an interfaith service, calling for the world to build unity from its differences.
Francis also toured some of the exhibits, including a cross-shaped steel beam found amid the debris. He says he was moved by visiting the site of the former World Trade Center's twin towers and by meeting relatives of some of the nearly 3,000 victims.
He asked God for eternal peace for those killed, as well as healing for the relatives of the nearly 3,000 people killed in the 2001 terror attacks in New York, at the Pentagon and in a field in Pennsylvania.
Religious leaders from many other faiths also are speaking on the need for peace and giving prayers. About a dozen religious leaders from the Jewish, Muslim, Greek Orthodox, Hindu and other faiths will sit in chairs behind the pope as he speaks at the interfaith ceremony.
He will speak near the underground flood wall that separates lower Manhattan from the Hudson River and held fast during the 2001 terrorist attacks. To a cheer from the gathered crowd, he walked toward the two massive waterfall pools that mark the footprints of the World Trade Center's twin towers before they were felled by the 2001 terrorist attacks.
Francis prayed silently and laid a white rose at the edge of one of the pools, inscribed with the names of the nearly 3,000 people killed in the attacks in New York, at the Pentagon and in a Pennsylvania field, as well as in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. He shook hands with former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and began speaking with some 18 people from 10 victims' families.
Pope Francis' call for a world free of nuclear weapons drew applause from across the United Nations General Assembly - including from Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif. Francis praised the recent Iranian nuclear deal in his speech to more than 100 world leaders and diplomats, saying it was proof that political will and patience can bring about fruits.
But Francis lamented that conflicts are raging elsewhere and that Christians and religious minorities, in particular, are being targeted. Pope Francis is demanding respect for the sacredness of all life, in a reference to abortion. Pope Francis has asserted at the United Nations that the world's poor have a right to education, lodging, labor and land. In a speech before more than 100 world leaders and diplomats on Friday, Francis is demanding that the poor have immediate access to food and water, work and housing as well as religious freedom. Francis is speaking to the United Nations General Assembly on Friday during his first full day in New York.

Francis made the assertion in a speech to the United Nations on Friday during his first full day in New York. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says Pope Francis has made papal history by addressing the largest array of world leaders ever at the United Nations. The gathering that starts shortly after the pope's speech is bringing a record 154 heads of state or government to the U.N. World leaders and diplomats filled the General Assembly chamber to hear the pope address representatives from its 193-member nations.
While others are at home in palaces with the famous, the secretary-general said the pope is at home among the poor and forgotten and with young people in selfies.
He arrived a bit early for his scheduled speech before the international body and stood in a corridor outside, chatting with Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. The pope is sitting in a beige chair with a high back, where world leaders sit before they address the world body. Among those in the audience is Nobel peace laureate Malala Yousefzai, the Pakistani education campaigner who will be addressing the U.N. Pope Francis has been meeting with the incoming and outgoing presidents of the United Nations General Assembly ahead of his speech to the world body.
Francis' first meeting was with outgoing president Sam Kutesa, who is foreign minister of Uganda.
Pope Francis is being driven to the United Nations General Assembly hall in an electric cart, past several dozen children singing a song and U.N. He praised the staff for making possible many of the economic, diplomatic and political initiatives of the United Nations which are so important for meeting the aspirations of the world's people. He cites his call for global action on social justice, climate change and quality of life and dignity for all. While his visit marks the fifth time a pope has been to the United Nations, the Vatican flag was raised for the first time just before his arrival.
The pontiff took a white card from his pocket and copied a lengthy message into the thick, bound book in the secretary-general's conference room. Pope Francis has arrived at the United Nations for a speech that will bring his message to an international audience. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and his wife, Yoo Soon-taek, met the pontiff as he arrived at the world body's headquarters in New York.
The Vatican has said Francis is expected to discuss the need for peace, the plight of refugees and the role of poverty and bad government in driving conflict and migration. The Vatican flag is flying for the first time at the United Nation, raised without fanfare or ceremony just before Pope Francis arrives to address the U.N. Archbishop Bernardito Auza, the Holy See's United Nation's ambassador, told a news conference earlier this week that the Vatican changed its decision not to have the flag fly for the pope's first visit to the United Nations at the recommendation of the U.N. But he said the Vatican did not want any ceremony - just to have the flag raised after all the member states, as the resolution says. Download the Bay News 9+ app for the latest News, Weather and Real Time Traffic at your fingertips.
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The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Bright House Networks. The girls go to New York for Brooke's Rogue Vogue Brooke is on the road to New York for Rogue Vogue with Peyton and Haley, intending on flying to Charlotte for the cheerleading competition the next day. At the hotel, Rachel is giving the cheerleaders instructions and they are shocked as she is stricter than Brooke. At Tony's house, Lucas and Nathan eat dinner and discover that Tony's father, Chuck, also played basketball but quit for his family. Lucas gets eye shadow applied Peyton talks about Ellie while having another drink, but Rachel refuses to be a shoulder to cry on.
Still doubtful, Brooke goes to the fashion walk hall where a staff member tells Brooke that the show could jump start her career. Peyton goes to the competition seriously hung over The following morning, Peyton wakes up next to Lucas with a serious hangover and goes back to sleep. Brooke and Peyton break into spontaneous dancing as their cheer goes wrong At the cheerleading competition, the girls get prepared to go on and as Rachel stresses to win, Brooke tells them to have fun.
Daoul the taxi driver tells Brooke Davis the translation of the song on the radio, helping her make a decision. This episode's title originated from the song All Tomorrow's Parties, originally sung by The Velvet Underground.
Although Daoul the taxi driver tells Brooke the story between a torn man, the real meaning of that song is that the actor who is in that song is actually asking himself when will his dream girl come in his life. On a second lap that took him down the middle aisle, he stopped at one point, apparently to bless some children. It was added to the pope's packed schedule to allow more people to see him, and vice versa. The processional was added to the pope's packed schedule to allow more people to see him, and vice versa.
Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous words as the pontiff speaks to children in a New York City school where many are poor and minorities.
Some children embraced him, but a security guard intervened when one girl gave him a big hug. He then went into a classroom, circulating around tables where grade-schoolers described projects they were working on.
It was one of a series of church closings that the Archdiocese of New York said were spurred by dwindling congregations, demographic changes and a scarcity of priests.
Manuel Dorantes, an assistant to the Vatican spokesman, says the pope chose to come to the school partly because it represents a mixed Latino-black community. It was held in a hall framed partly by an underground flood wall that became an emblem of resilience when it held fast after the attack. 11 memorial, Pope Francis was seen off from the United Nations by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the General Assembly president.
Long curtains were hung on windows overlooking the East River and First Avenue, apparently to thwart any snipers. His comments are sure to please conservatives who have complained that he doesn't speak out enough against abortion. Joining them were Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Bill Gates and Nobel peace laureate Malala Yousefzai, the Pakistani education campaigner.
He said the pope's message on climate change is critical as the world's nations approach a pivotal conference to address climate change in Paris in December. Then his arrival was announced, and he and Ban walked into the crescent-shaped chamber together.

He handed the baton earlier this month to Mogens Lykketoft, a former speaker of Denmark's Parliament. But inequality, poverty, the environment and religious persecution may also be among the issues he highlights.
As they drive, Peyton tells the girls she has vowed to live life to the fullest like Ellie asked.
Solaris refers to a model in her 20s as old and washed up, which worries Brooke that the New York may be too fast paced for her. The two brothers compare their father's ideas to his and Tony's father insists every father hopes for the best for their child, even a man like Dan.
However, Brooke decides that she still wants to do high school things like cheerleading and quits. Daoul says that the women finds her between two men but it is actually not in the real movie.
But the pope - who has said he hasn't watched TV in decades and doesn't know how to use a computer - couldn't quite get the hang of it. Standing nearby was the memento-covered steel column that was the last one removed from the wreckage. Longtime staffers agree it was even tighter than for the annual ministerial meeting of the U.N. Brooke is forced to grow up in a hurry when her trip to a New York City fashion show prevents her from attending an annual cheerleading tournament. Meanwhile, on the school bus to the Classic, Whitey gives the Ravens and the cheerleaders a lecture on not having a repeat of last year and announces an 11pm curfew.
However, the staff inform her that the schedule has changed and she will be presenting her designs the next day. Whitey interrupts Keith and Karen's romantic date to coerce Keith into going bowling with him. Karen and Haley agree to watch a movie but accidentally put on porn, much to their embarrassment. Meanwhile, Rachel walks Peyton to her room who drunkenly sings a song that remind her of Lucas, but claims she meant to say Jake's name.
The routine begins successfully but Bevin bumps into Peyton, causing the whole routine to be thrown off The girls are all mortified and disappointed they have lost their chance to win but Brooke takes center stage and begins doing the robot. He also make a point of saying that the curfew applies to the chaperones, referring to Karen and Keith who are blissfully in love. Brooke panics because now she can't compete at the cheerleading competition but Haley and Peyton encourage her to stay and wish her luck before departing.
At the fashion show, Brooke is overwhelmed until her model for the show, Solaris greets her. Bevin informs Rachel that there has been a switch in the rooms--Haley is now sleeping in Nathan's room so Lucas has been moved to Peyton's room so Peyton is free to sleep in Bevin's room as Bevin will be out all night with Skills. Meanwhile, Nathan and Tony play basketball as Lucas puts on make up with Tony's younger sister Aliyah. Haley and Peyton join her goofy dancing and eventually the rest of the team does too, with the exception Rachel who storms off. Struggling with her birth mother's death, Peyton joins Rachel for a night of blowing off steam, and Haley and Nathan use their hotel room as the honeymoon suite they never had. Back at the car, Brooke leads the girls in a car game where they ask a question and tune the radio for a song to give their answer.
Back at the hotel, Karen and Keith settle into their room and look forward to a romantic night together but Whitey informs them that Keith is sharing the room with him as to set a good example for the children. Solaris reveals that she too is a teenager and she and Brooke bond over being "kids" in an adult industry.
However, Rachel lies to Peyton and claims Bevin was just leaving a message so Peyton will spend the night with Lucas.
As she tries to revive Solaris, a creepy older man tries to hit on Brooke even after she informs him that she is only seventeen.
On the taxi ride home, Brooke calls Lucas and cries as she tells him how much she misses him.
Lucas and Nathan get in their room but are dismayed to discover it is a double bed, instead of two twin beds. On her way to the hotel, she asks the taxi driver, Daoul, to turn on the radio, playing her road trip game to help her decide what to do.
At the cheerleading competition, Peyton scolds Rachel for getting her drunk and knowingly leaving Peyton in Lucas's room.
Skills also joins in whilst telling Lucas that he pretended that he couldn’t swim to get Bevin to sleep with him.
Tony takes Nathan and Lucas to dinner at his house while Rachel continues to put the cheerleaders under pressure as she teaches the routine.
A Hindi song "Mere sapno ki raani" plays and Daoul explains the song is about a girl who is torn between two men, one offers her wealth whereas the other man offers her familiarity, relating to Brooke’s situation.
Brooke interrupts their argument to surprise them but Rachel protests that she can't be in the cheer. In New York, Solaris is scolded for her drug use and finds out Brooke has pulled out of the fashion show. A knock on the door reveals Tony Battle, Nathan's friend Tony Battle from High Flyers camp and rival for the Classic. Haley and Peyton finally arrive but Rachel ends practice and insists they all get some rest. Brooke asks for his advice and Daoul tells Brooke to take her opportunity with the fashion show because it might be her only chance at success. After hearing that the boys have curfew, Tony invites them to an "early wild night", which the boys agree to. Haley rushes off to see Nathan so Rachel invites a lonely Peyton to her room to share tequila. Back at the competition, Keith assures Karen if all his days are like this, he will die a happy man. Lucas joins her and tells her not to live her life alone and she should let people in, unlike what Ellie did.
The rest of the cheerleaders in the competition also storm the stage and join in the dancing.

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