The streets of the City of Brotherly Love were crammed with the faithful as Pope Francis came to celebrate Mass Sept. 27. I went as a member of the media, assigned to join a busload from Glen Burnie, Maryland. After a long bus ride and what seemed like an even longer walk, we had arrived. Well, at least to a good view of a TV screen. Others in the group found places closer to the Mass site. Everybody said they found inspiration. My story from the day in Philadelphia is here.
I wanted to comment on your Harriet Tubman post, but comments are closed there.
I used to teach Harriet Tubman. I still do teach history. I loved that statue of her you included. She won’t die in obscurity.
I considered being a travel blogger. My husband and I travel often, but I settled on blogging tips instead.
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I’m a huge fan of Harriet Tubman. Does it show? I discovered a new exhibit devoted to her and include it in today’s post. Thanks for stopping by. Love your blog.