Pope Francis Welcomed By Thousands in NYC

Thousands of people lined up along Manhattan's Fifth Avenue to welcome the pope as he made his way into St. Patrick's Cathedral.
1:21 | 09/25/15

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The big story, the pope's visit to New York. Hundreds of thousands of people are lining the streets of Manhattan just hoping to get a glimpse of him. He kicked off his visit at St. Patrick's cathedral. His first stop this morning is the united nations where he'll address the general assembly expected to talk about climate change, poverty and war before heading to the world trade center site in lower Manhattan and that is where ABC's Cecilia Vega continues our live coverage this morning. Cecilia, good morning. Reporter: Hi, Amy. The pope will be here in just a few hours meeting with victims' families and first responders, this is a caused a devastating crash

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