Pope Francis Visits Bethlehem

The pontiff spends a day in the town where Jesus was born.
2:06 | 05/25/14

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this troubled young man. The other developing story, taking place overseas, where the pope has left Jordan for palesti Palestinian territories. He'll be spend most of today where Jesus was born. And ABC's terry Moran is traveling with the pope and joins us from Bethlehem. The pope at times showing some anger and some politically sensitive comments as well. Reporter: It's a historic day today in Bethlehem. This is a pope who likes to shake things up. In this square, pope Francis said the mass in Latin. And here near the spot where Christians believe Jesus was born, he spoke out for children in the middle east who are exploited, trafficked by war and confli conflict. In acknowledging this, he said, we feel shame before god, god who became a child. The pope rode through the streets of Bethlehem in his open popemobile. In the guard tower behind him the faint fingers of figures. Yesterday, he went off-script, he railed against those selling weapons fueling the war in Syria. Pope Francis had said that this was going to be a strictly religious trip. Dan and bianna. Terry, as you said, this is a pope who likes to shake things up. Thank you for your coverage. You'll continue to cover the papal visit in the holy land.

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