Transcript for Meet the Boy Who Gave the Pope and Philadelphia, an Unexpected Gift
Finally tonight from Philadelphia, the countless faces we've met on the road this past week, all waiting for the pope. And the boy who gave the pope and this entire city one unexpected gift. After winding his way through Philadelphia, pope Francis will begin to make his 4,200-mile trip back to the Vatican. We asked him a couple of weeks back, are you ready for your trip to America? And without hesitating, he said yes. And every place we visited, Americans were ready for him. The little girl that ran through the barricade not once, but twice. So many who lined the streets, all the way from California. I would have gone anywhere to see the pope. Reporter: And the seminary student moved. By a pope reaching out to the people. He's fearless. That can be a scary thing. But he doesn't let that deter him. Reporter: In New York, the tens of thousands outside central park. How you guys doing? Even the NYPD telling us the crowds were different. Is it the pope effect? We think so. Reporter: And the couple flying all the way from Hawaii. He's such a humble man. Reporter: And a 14-year-old boy named bobby hill moving us all. After a change of plans, asked asking if he could sing a cappella, something he had never done before. And just five minutes to prepare. Just listen. ? Reporter: And when he finished, bobby, who wants to be an opera singer one day, walked up to the pope and give him a rock from his choir trip to antarctica. The pope saying, for me? Then calls him back, handing him a little red box, a rosary, in return. They shake hands. And then a standing ovation. His voice, just incredible. Thanks for watching. For Cecilia and Tom and the entire weekend team, I'm David Muir. I hope to see you right back here tomorrow night from new York. Until then, have a good evening. Good night. Night from new York. Until then, have a good evening. Good night. ?
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