Preparations are in full swing in New York City for Pope Paul's whirlwind visit Monday, October 4.
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Background: Preparations are in full swing in New York City for Pope Paul's whirlwind visit Monday, October 4.The most massive security measures in the city's history will go into effect.Millions are expected to turn out to try to get a glimpse of the head of the Roman Catholic Church.
The Pope will leave Rome at 5:30am local time, arriving at Kennedy International Airport at 9:30am New York time.He will then travel in a motorcade to St.Patrick's Cathedral and the adjoining residence of Francis Cardinal Spellman, archbishop of New York.
After a meeting with President Johnson, the Pope will speak at the United Nations at 3:30pm, then make a brief visit to Holy Family Church to make a speech to an audience of Protestants, Catholics and Jews.At 8:30pm the Pope will celebrate Mass before an estimated 100,000 at Yankee Stadium which is normally a baseball park.After a visit to the Vatican Pavilion at the New York's World Fair, the Pope will depart for Rome at 11pm.