Transcript for In Surprise Moment, Pope Francis Asks to Speak to Texas Nun: Part 4
? Like "I" before "E", except after "C". ? ? Why two plus two makes four. ? ? Now, now, now, now. All you gotta do is repeat after me. Say... ? ? a-b-c, it's easy as 1-2-3. ? ? As simple as, do-re-mi, a-b-c, 1-2-3 baby you D mean. ? It's easy to go back H Target. Translator: We came from el Salvador with my mom, because it was too dangerous with the gangs. We were starving. We slept in the mountains with my mom. They were threatening my mom. As we crossed the river, I almost drowned. But she's here now, holy father. And she, even after everything she went through, she made a drawing for you. Translator: That's very beautiful. Translator: I made a heart. And I also made you. My mom, and me. I put, I love you, pope. Translator: Thank you very much. Thank you very much. Now I'd like to say a word. Reporter: At one point, the pope signaling to me, spotting that nun in the pew -- sister Norma. Saying he'd like to speak to her. Translator: There was a sister there from a religious order. I'd like to see her. She was hidden there among the people. Sister, I want to thank you, I want to thank all the sisters of religious orders in the U.S. For the work that you have done and you do in the United States. It's great. I congratulate you. Be courageous. Move forward. Take the lead, always. I'll tell you one other thing. Is it appropriate for the pope to say this? I love you all very much. Reporter: The bravery inside that church on the Mexican border. And they waited so long to see if they would get the opportunity to communicate with the pope. And now they have.
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