March 19, 2013. (Romereports.com) (-ONLY VIDEO-)
From the early morning, thousands of pilgrims began making their way to St. Peters Square for Pope Francis' Inauguration Mass. A wave of flags and signs dotted the square, but especially those from the Pope's native Argentina.
Roman authorities had blocked off access to the square since
Monday night, and by Tuesday morning they had installed massive screens
and speakers along Via della Conciliazione for a “reduced” crowd of
200,000 people, since the ceremony takes place during the work week.