Transcript for Pope Francis Blesses Boy With Disability
I want to turn now to the iconic image from this visit to Philadelphia, the pope kissing the forehead of a 10-year-old disabled boy. Overnight, we spoke with his family. It's the moment that changed a family's life. You can see the pope stopping his fiat and making a beeline for the Keating family, including 10-year-old Michael who has cerebral palsy. When he got out of that car what was that like for you. It's amazing. He kissed Michael on the forehead. I was just crying happy tears and I just feel so inspired. Reporter: Michael's father, chuck, the director of the high school band that greeted Francis at the airport, brought Michael so he could simply be in the pope's presence. Never thought this could happen. Reporter: But it did. What do you remember most about the experience? After the pope blessed Michael, Michael just snield really big. So much joy surrounded Michael and I think he feels that. And we like, this 'S wonderful. Angels were singing. Reporter: Kristen and chuck adopted Michael and his twin brother Chris as infants, knowing that Michael had a disability. Over ten years of repeated surgeries and round the clock care, they see they have seen the best in humanity. People say, I feel so badly. There is nothing to feel badly about. We feel so blessed. A bletszing from the pope, I mean, it's just mind boggling. What an incredible family and the keatings said their moment with the pope said so much about the man himself. He loves everyone regardless of their situation. An example they say for all of us. Quite an example, extraordinary scenes and stories from Philadelphia playing out, Dan, looking forward to more
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