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The two year anniversary the Inaugural Mass of the Pontificate

(-ONLY VIDEO-) After many days of rain, the sun began to shine just in time for Pope Francis' Inaugural Mass of the Pontificate. The celebration took place on St. Joseph's day two years ago. St. Peter's Square filled with pilgrims from throughout the world. Before the ceremony, the Pope traveled by Pope-mobile through St. Peter's Square. He stopped by Cesare Cicconi, a disabled man, and tenderly kissed him. Cece, as he was affectionately called, died on February 22. He was 52.