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A Fun Way to Welcome the Pope

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  Pope Francis will be visiting the United States for the first time as Pope from September 22-27, 2015. He will visit Washington D.C, New York City, and Philadelphia. He will also become the first Pope to address a joint session of Congress, and will participate in the World Meeting of Familes in Philly. He will also celebrate mass in New York's Madison Square Garden, and visit with school children and the homeless.

#sayHItoFrancis is a fun way to welcome Pope Francis to the United States, while at the same time raising awareness about the trip. You can join other Americans across the nation in making your own welcome video by filming yourself holding up a sign with the hashtag ‪#‎sayHItoFrancis‬, while delivering a short message about what you are most looking forward to about his visit. Post it on Facebook or Twitter and invite your friends to do the same. Don't forget to include the hashtag #sayHItoFrancis in your post.

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