NEW YORK, N.Y. — Pope Francis concluded his visit to New York with busy day capped by a mass at Madison Square Garden Friday night that was attended by an estimated 18,000 people.
People lined up for hours along Seventh Avenue to get a glimpse of Francis.
The Pope also visited a handful of other New York landmarks, including the United Nations and visiting September 11 victims' families at Ground Zero.
Before the service, he led a motorcade that drew tens of thousands of onlookers through Central Park.
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