Transcript for All You Need to Know About Pope Francis' Visit to Cuba
We'll have that coming up. Right now hours away from pope Francis arriving here on his historic visit to America. He lands in Washington this afternoon arriving from Cuba. And ABC's terry Moran is there with the pope right now as he wraps up an emotional visit. Good morning, terry. Reporter: Good morning, George. These are pope Francis' last few hours here in Cuba. It's been an incredible trip. The people here greeting the first latin-american pope almost as a brother, and yet he heads off to America where he's expected to stir up some controversy on inequality and global climate change, but here in Cuba, Francis has carefully avoided creating any controversy. Overnight, a classic pope Francis moment. At the end of a long day no limousine for him or even a private car, instead, a mini bus to take him to the seminary where he spent the night. All part of this pope's simple style like his visit last night to Cuba's most sacred shrine. ? he lit a candle offered flowers just as ordinary Cubans have done before this tiny statue for 400 years. Everywhere he goes in Cuba Francis reaches out on their terms in their language like when he celebrated mass in Holguin and challenged Cubans and their government which still jails people for being counter revolutionary traitors. Do you believe it's possible that a traitor can become a friend, he asks. A gentle rebuke but no more. And no meeting with any Cuban dissidents even as he paid a cordial visit to Fidel Castro who built the repressive regime here. And Francis has faced criticism here and in the United States over those matters but those who are close to him say this is not a pope who is trying to pope
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