Safe return: Pope home in Rome
MANILA, Philippines–Pope Francis safely arrived in Rome early Tuesday morning (Manila time), @papalvisitph tweeted.
The Pope traveled for around 14 hours from the Philippines, which he had visited for five days. He took off from Villamor Air Base in Pasay City at 10:12 a.m. Monday aboard a Philippine Airlines plane.
“Great News: Pope Francis has safely landed in Rome! Viva Il Papa!” the official Twitter account of the papal-visit organizers said.
Great News: Pope Francis has safely landed in Rome! Viva Il Papa! #PapalVisitPH #PopeFrancisPHFEATURED STORIESGLOBALNATION
— Papal Visit 2015 (@papalvisitph) January 19, 2015
Originally posted: 1:24 AM | Tuesday, January 20th, 2015
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