The Pope in Arizona, September 14, 1987
Publicado el 22 sept. 2015
God's love is mirrored in all life. May the love reflected in Pope John Paul II bring peace and joy to your hears as you relive his 1987 visit to Phoenix, Arizona.
In music, images and words, the Holy Father's day in Arizona is captured for posterity. Hear the joy of the crowd gathered in front of St. Mary's Basilica. Witness the shared blessings of the Holy Father and of the Native Americans in traditional Roman and Tribal rituals. See the faces of those who attended Mass at Sun "Angel" Stadium. Listen to the Pope's own words of challenge and encouragement.
In this 90-minute video, you can relive this exciting day the Holy Father spent in Arizona.
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The Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix was established Dec. 2, 1969, by Pope Paul VI. Led by the Most Rev. Thomas J. Olmsted, more than 1.1 million Catholics make this diverse, vibrant and faith-filled diocese their home.