The pilgrimage was held one day before the start of the Month of the Rosary in October and concluded a nine-month Rosary novena.
Following his Gospel reflection on Oct. 1, the Pope spoke briefly about his forthcoming document on St. Thérèse, calling the Little Flower a saint of trust. He also touched on the beginning of the Month of the Rosary and promised his prayers for the people in Nagorno-Karabakh.
The college student told CNA she finds inspiration in her confirmation saint, Thérèse of Lisieux.
These vigils, now held on five continents, began in 1992 in Lisieux, in Normandy, France, where Thérèse spent her youth and years as a Carmelite.
From digital communication to hope to listening to the Gospel, here is what 12 of the cardinals said.
The Archdiocese will join more than two dozen other U.S. dioceses that have filed for bankruptcy in recent years.