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Eyewitness News anchor Danielle North was reporting live from the event, which included the historical canonization of Junipero Serra.
Pope Francis plans to canonize Junipero Serra, marking the first time that a pope will elevate someone to sainthood on U.S. soil.
The pope touched down just before 4 p.m. in Washington D.C. to begin his historic six-day, three-city tour of the United States.
A group of 21 seminarians and four priests from the college will be headed to D.C. on Tuesday.