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Before departing Pope Francis shakes hands with inmates after a penitential liturgy at the Las Garzas de Pacora detention center for minors, in Panama, Friday, Jan. 25, 2019. Francis on Friday denounced how society puts up "invisible walls" to marginalize sinners and criminals as he brought World Youth Day to Panama's juvenile delinquents who can't participate in the Catholic Church's big festival of faith. (Ettore Ferrar, Pool photo via AP)
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A woman wearing a rainbow banner, flashes a heart-in-hand while taking part in an LGBTQ demonstration demanding recognition and respect, as well as the rejection of all forms of discrimination against the people of sexual diversity, on the sidelines of Pope Francis' 5-day visit and the World Youth Day festival, in Panama City, Friday, Jan. 25, 2019. (AP Photo/Tito Herrera)
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Venezuelan youth hold up a cross during a Station of the Cross performance lead by Pope Francis, behind, at Campo Santa Maria La Antigua on the occasion of World Youth Day in Panama City, Friday, Jan. 25, 2019. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
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Pope Francis watch youths hold up a cross during a Stations of the Cross performance at Campo Santa Maria La Antigua on the occasion of the World Youth Day in Panama City, Friday, Jan. 25, 2019. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
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Pope Francis leads a Stations of the Cross event at Campo Santa Maria La Antigua on the occasion of the World Youth Day in Panama City, Friday, Jan. 25, 2019. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
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Pope Francis reads during the Way of the Cross, at Campo Santa Maria La Antigua on the occasion of the World Youth Day, in Panama City, Panama, Friday, Jan. 25, 2019. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
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Pope Francis (L) talks to a young inmate at Las Garzas youth detention centre in Pacora, on the outskirts of Panama City, on January 25, 2019 during his visit to Panama for World Youth Day. - The Las Garzas detention centre houses 192 young offenders and it was here that some 30 of them made the wooden confession boxes being used at the Garden of Forgiveness in Panama as part of the World Youth Day celebrations, which brought the pope here. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)
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Pope Francis (L) talks to a young inmate in a confessional stall at Las Garzas youth detention centre in Pacora, on the outskirts of Panama City, on January 25, 2019 during his visit to Panama for World Youth Day. - The Las Garzas detention centre houses 192 young offenders and it was here that some 30 of them made the wooden confession boxes being used at the Garden of Forgiveness in Panama as part of the World Youth Day celebrations, which brought the pope here. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)
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A banner flies over young people taking part in a Via Crucis procession with Pope Francis on the main highway running along Panama City's Pacific shoreline, on January 25, 2019. - The World Youth Day celebrations have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama, where Pope Francis is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Luis Acosta / AFP)
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A World Youth Day 2019 banner is seen above the skyline on the main highway running along Panama City's Pacific shoreline, on January 25, 2019. - The World Youth Day celebrations have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama, where Pope Francis is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Luis Acosta / AFP)
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Young people holding a sign reading "I made trouble and I'm here" wait to take part in a Via Crucis procession with Pope Francis on the main highway running along Panama City's Pacific shoreline, on January 25, 2019. - The World Youth Day celebrations have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama, where Pope Francis is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Luis Acosta / AFP)
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Young people wait to take part in a Via Crucis procession with Pope Francis on the main highway running along Panama City's Pacific shoreline, on January 25, 2019. - The World Youth Day celebrations have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama, where Pope Francis is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Luis Acosta / AFP)
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Pope Francis (2nd-L) takes part in a ceremony before the Via Crucis procession on the main highway running along Panama City's Pacific shoreline, on January 25, 2019. - The World Youth Day celebrations have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama, where Pope Francis is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)
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Pope Francis (L) takes part in a ceremony before the Via Crucis procession on the main highway running along Panama City's Pacific shoreline, on January 25, 2019. - The World Youth Day celebrations have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama, where Pope Francis is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Luis Acosta / AFP)
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Pope Francis (C-L) takes part in a ceremony before the Via Crucis procession on the main highway running along Panama City's Pacific shoreline, on January 25, 2019. - The World Youth Day celebrations have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama, where Pope Francis is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Luis Acosta / AFP)
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Young people take part in a ceremony before the Via Crucis procession with Pope Francis on the main highway running along Panama City's Pacific shoreline, on January 25, 2019. - The World Youth Day celebrations have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama, where Pope Francis is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Luis Acosta / AFP)
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Youths from Haiti carry the cross during a Via Crucis procession with Pope Francis on the main highway running along Panama City's Pacific shoreline, on January 25, 2019. - The World Youth Day celebrations have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama, where Pope Francis is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Luis ACOSTA / AFP)
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Young pilgrims carry the cross in a ceremony in which Pope Francis (R) takes part before the Via Crucis procession on the main highway running along Panama City's Pacific shoreline, on January 25, 2019. - The World Youth Day celebrations have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama, where Pope Francis is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)
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Pope Francis (L) takes part in a ceremony before the Via Crucis procession on the main highway running along Panama City's Pacific shoreline, on January 25, 2019. - The World Youth Day celebrations have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama, where Pope Francis is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Luis Acosta / AFP)
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Pope Francis (C-L) takes part in a ceremony before the Via Crucis procession on the main highway running along Panama City's Pacific shoreline, on January 25, 2019. - The World Youth Day celebrations have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama, where Pope Francis is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Luis Acosta / AFP)
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Young people carry the cross in the Via Crucis ceremony led by Pope Francis on the main highway running along Panama City's Pacific shoreline, on January 25, 2019. - The World Youth Day celebrations have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama, where Pope Francis is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Marvin RECINOS / AFP)
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Pope Francis (C-R) takes part in the Via Crucis ceremony on the main highway running along Panama City's Pacific shoreline, on January 25, 2019. - The World Youth Day celebrations have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama, where Pope Francis is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Marvin RECINOS / AFP)
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Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela, Pope Francis and first lady Lorena Castillo, wave from the entrance of the presidential palace in Panama City, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019. Francis opened his first full day in Panama with a visit to the presidential palace. in the evening Francis will welcome tens of thousands of young Catholics who have gathered for World Youth Day, the church's big youth rally. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell), APTOPIX
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Flanked by Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela, right, and first lady Lorena Castillo, Pope Francis arrives at the foreign ministry headquarters Palacio Bolivar, in Panama City, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019. Francis opens his first full day Thursday with a visit to the presidential palace and ends with an evening welcome for young Catholics who have gathered in Panama for World Youth Day. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino), APTOPIX
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People ready their phones to make a photo of Pope Francis riding past, in Panama City, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019. Francis is urging the bishops across Central America to work together to welcome, protect and integrate migrants and serve as an example to help the rest of society overcome fears about foreigners. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell), APTOPIX
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People hold up their cell phones as Pope Francis rides his popemobile in Panama City, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019. Pope Francis has arrived in Panama amid a political crisis in nearby Venezuela, a migration standoff over the proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall and tens of thousands of wildly excited young Central Americans welcoming him. (AP Photo/Arnulfo Franco), APTOPIX
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TOPSHOT - A faithful holds a souvenir doll of Pope Francis next to a Venezuelan national flag, while gathering alongside the street to see him, during the World Youth Days in Panama City on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis will on Thursday formally open World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Raul Arboleda / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Faithfuls display a poster of Salvadorean Saint Oscar Arnulfo Romero as they wait in the streets to catch a glimpse of Pope Francis during his visit to Panama City on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis will on Thursday formally open World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)
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Pope Francis deplanes at Tocumen international airport to attend World Youth Day events in Panama City, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. Pope Francis will be in Panama Jan. 23-27. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
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Pope Francis arrives at the Nunciature aboard the pope mobile, in Panama City, Panama, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. Pope Frances is in Panama to attend World Youth Day, the church's once-every-three-year pep rally that aims to invigorate the next generation of Catholics in their faith. (AP Photo/Tito Herrera)
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Pope Francis arrives at the Nunciature aboard the pope mobile, in Panama City, Panama, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. Pope Frances is in Panama to attend World Youth Day, the church's once-every-three-year pep rally that aims to invigorate the next generation of Catholics in their faith. (AP Photo/Tito Herrera)
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Guatemalan pilgrims tape welcome messages to a crowd barrier as they wait for Pope Francis to drive past on his way to the presidential palace, in Panama City, Thursday, Jan, 24, 2019. Francis is in Panama to attend World Youth Day, the church's once-every-three-year pep rally that aims to invigorate the next generation of Catholics in their faith. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
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A Guatemalan pilgrim stands behind a crowd barrier adorned with a Guatemalan national flag as she waits for Pope Francis to ride past on his way to the presidential palace, in Panama City, Thursday, Jan, 24, 2019. Francis is in Panama to attend World Youth Day, the church's once-every-three-year pep rally that aims to invigorate the next generation of Catholics in their faith. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
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People wave as Pope Francis rides past in Panama City, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019. Francis opens his first full day Thursday with a visit to the presidential palace and rounds out the day with his evening welcome to tens of thousands of young Catholics gathered for World Youth Day, the church's big youth rally. (AP Photo/Tito Herrera)
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Pope Francis, Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela and first lady Lorena Castillo wave from the entrance of the presidential palace in Panama City, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019. Francis opens his first full day Thursday with a visit to the presidential palace and rounds out the day with his evening welcome to tens of thousands of young Catholics gathered for World Youth Day, the church's big youth rally. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
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Flanked by Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela, right, and first lady Lorena Castillo, Pope Francis arrives at the foreign ministry headquarters Palacio Bolivar, in Panama City, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
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Father Mauricio Rueda Beltz, papal trip organizer, helps Pope Francis descend the presidential palace front steps, flanked by Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela and first lady Lorena Castillo, in Panama City, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019. Francis opens his first full day Thursday with a visit to the presidential palace and ends with an evening welcome for young Catholics who have gathered in Panama for World Youth Day. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
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President Juan Carlos Varela, left, shakes hands with Pope Francis at the end of the meeting with authorities at the foreign ministry headquarters Palacio Bolivar, in Panama City, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019. At right Panama's first lady Lorena Castillo. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
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Pilgrims unfurl a "#Pray for Venezuela" banner prior an outdoor mass by Pope Francis in Panama City, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019. Pope Francis has arrived in Panama amid a political crisis in nearby Venezuela, a migration standoff over the proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall and tens of thousands of wildly excited young Central Americans welcoming him. (AP Photo/Arnulfo Franco)
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Pope Francis waves to the crowd as he rides in the popemobile to attend a mass in Panama City, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019. Pope Francis has arrived in Panama amid a political crisis in nearby Venezuela, a migration standoff over the proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall and tens of thousands of wildly excited young Central Americans welcoming him. (AP Photo/Arnulfo Franco)
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Brazilian pilgrims hold a Brazil flag as Pope Francis arrives for a welcoming ceremony to open his participation in the church's World Youth Day festivities in Panama City, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
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A pilgrim wears a pin of Pope Francis during a welcoming ceremony to open his participation in the church's World Youth Day festivities in Panama City, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
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Pilgrims participate in a welcoming ceremony for Pope Francis to open his participation in the church's World Youth Day festivities in Panama City, Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
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In this Thursday, Jan. 24, 2019 photo, Pope Francis arrives at the foreign ministry headquarters Palacio Bolivar in Panama City, flanked by Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela, right, and first lady Lorena Castillo. Francis opened his first full day Thursday with a visit to the presidential palace and ends with an evening welcome for young Catholics who have gathered in Panama for World Youth Day. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
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Pope Francis (C) is welcomed by Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela (L) and his wife Lorena Castillo at Las Garzas presidential palace in Panama City on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis will on Thursday formally open World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Raul Arboleda / AFP)
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Pope Francis (R) waves as he is welcomed by Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela, at Las Garzas presidential palace in Panama City on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis will on Thursday formally open World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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Close-up of Pope Francis' tunic during his visit at Las Garzas presidential palace in Panama City on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis will on Thursday formally open World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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Pope Francis (L) and Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela are pictured at Las Garzas Presidential Palace in Panama City on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis will on Thursday formally open World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)
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Pope Francis (C) is welcomed by Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela (L) and his wife Lorena Castillo at Las Garzas Presidential Palace in Panama City on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis will on Thursday formally open World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)
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Pope Francis (C) is welcomed by Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela (L) and his wife Lorena Castillo at Las Garzas Presidential Palace in Panama City on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis will on Thursday formally open World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)
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A faithful holds a Pope Francis doll while gathering alongside the street to see him, during the World Youth Days in Panama City on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis will on Thursday formally open World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A faithful holds a souvenir doll of Pope Francis next to a Venezuelan national flag, while gathering alongside the street to see him, during the World Youth Days in Panama City on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis will on Thursday formally open World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Raul Arboleda / AFP)
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Pope Francis waves as leaves after a meeting with Central American bishops at the San Francisco de Asis church in Panama City on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis will on Thursday formally open World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)
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Pope Francis (C) attends a meeting with Central American bishops at the San Francisco de Asis church in Panama City on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis will on Thursday formally open World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)
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Pope Francis (C) stands with Panama's President Juan Carlos Varela (2-L) and his wife Lorena Castillo (L) and Vice-President Isabel Saint Malo (2-R) and her husband Omar Alvarado during a meeting with government authorities, the diplomatic corps and representatives of the society at the Foreign Ministry's Palacio Bolivar in Panama City on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis will on Thursday formally open World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)
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Pilgrims wait for the arrival of Pope Francis for his welcoming ceremony at Campo Santa Mari La Antigua in Panama City during World Youth Day on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis will on Thursday formally open World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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Pilgrims hold a giant flag reading "Pray for Venezuela" as they wait for the arrival of Pope Francis for his welcoming ceremony at Campo Santa Maria La Antigua in Panama City during World Youth Day on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis will on Thursday formally open World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Raul Arboleda / AFP)
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Peruvian pilgrims cheer before the arrival of Pope Francis for his welcoming ceremony at Campo Santa Mari La Antigua in Panama City during World Youth Day on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis will on Thursday formally open World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)
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A pilgrim wearing a Mexican sombrero smiles for a photo in Panama City during World Youth Day on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis will on Thursday formally open World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Marvin RECINOS / AFP)
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Pope Francis takes part in the welcome ceremony at the Campo Santa Maria La Antigua in Panama City during World Youth Day on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis will on Thursday formally open World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)
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Pope Francis takes part in the welcome ceremony at the Campo Santa Maria La Antigua in Panama City during World Youth Day on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis on Thursday formally opened World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP)
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A pilgrim holding a sign reading "Pope! Call me" listen as Pope Francis takes part in the welcome ceremony at the Campo Santa Maria La Antigua in Panama City during World Youth Day on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis on Thursday formally opened World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by JOHAN ORDONEZ / AFP)
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Pilgrims listen as Pope Francis takes part in the welcome ceremony at the Campo Santa Maria La Antigua in Panama City during World Youth Day on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis on Thursday formally opened World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by JOHAN ORDONEZ / AFP)
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Pope Francis (2nd-L) takes part in the welcome ceremony and opening of the 34th World Youth Day at the Campo Santa Maria La Antigua in Panama City during World Youth Day on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis on Thursday formally opened World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)
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Pope Francis takes part in the welcome ceremony and opening of the 34th World Youth Day at the Campo Santa Maria La Antigua in Panama City during World Youth Day on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis on Thursday formally opened World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)
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Pope Francis (C) takes part in the welcome ceremony and opening of the 34th World Youth Day at the Campo Santa Maria La Antigua in Panama City on January 24, 2019. - Pope Francis on Thursday formally opened World Youth Day celebrations which have drawn around 200,000 young people from around the world to Panama where he is expected to defend Central American migrants and human rights. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP)
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Carlos Felice, a 37-year-old Venezuelan living in Panama for five years, right, confesses to local Catholic priest Gabriel Agustin Guardia in an outdoor confessional, after exercising with his dog at Omar Park in Panama City, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. Pope Francis will arrive later Wednesday for a five-day visit to the Central American country. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell), APTOPIX
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Pope Francis boards an airplane on his way to Panama, at Rome's Fiumicino international airport, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. History's first Latin American pope is the son of Italian immigrants to Argentina and is expected to offer words of hope to young people gathered in Panama for World Youth Day. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
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Pope Francis boards an airplane on his way to Panama, at Rome's Fiumicino international airport, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. History's first Latin American pope is the son of Italian immigrants to Argentina and is expected to offer words of hope to young people gathered in Panama for World Youth Day. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)
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Pope Francis (L) is pictured aboard a plane on his way to Panama on Jan. 23, 2019. (Kyodo via AP Images) ==Kyodo
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Jenia Nenzen, anchor woman of Panama TVTelemetro, center, and journalist Javier Martinez-Brocal share a laugh with Pope Francis as they present him with a Panama flag during the flight from Rome to Panama City, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
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Pope Francis is presented with a Panama flag by journalist Javier Martinez-Brocal, left, and by Jenia Nenzen, anchor woman of Panama TVTelemetro, as salutes journalists during the flight from Rome to Panama City, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
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Pope Francis talks to journalists during the flight from Rome to Panama City, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
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Pope Francis rubs his eyes as he arrives to talk to journalists, flanked by Mauricio Rueda, pope's trip organizer, right, during the flight from Rome to Panama City, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)
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The Panamanian and Vatican flags fly on plane carrying Pope Francis after it landed at Tocumen international airport in Panama City, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. Pope Francis will be in Panama Jan. 23-27 for World Youth Day events. (AP Photo/Arnulfo Franco)
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Faithful hold a banner with the Spanish message "Pope Francis, our prayers are with you!" at Tocumen international airport where Pope Francis arrives for World Youth Day events in Panama City, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. Pope Francis will be in Panama Jan. 23-27. (AP Photo/Arnulfo Franco)
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Pope Francis listens to Panamanian President Juan Carlos Varela after landing at Tocumen international airport in Panama City, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. Pope Francis is in Panama Jan. 23-27 for World Youth Day events. (AP Photo/Arnulfo Franco)
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People hold a Panama flag and signs that read in Spanish "Panama embraces you" from the window of an apartment, as Pope Francis rides the pope mobile through the streets of Panama City, Panama, Wednesday, Jan, 23, 2019. Pope Francis is in Panama to attend World Youth Day, the church's once-every-three-year pep rally that aims to invigorate the next generation of Catholics in their faith. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
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A person holds a "Pray for Venezuela sign" as Pope Francis rides the pope mobile through the streets of Panama City, Panama, Wednesday, Jan, 23, 2019. Pope Francis is in Panama to attend World Youth Day, the church's once-every-three-year pep rally that aims to invigorate the next generation of Catholics in their faith. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
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A woman looks from the balcony of an apartment as she waits for Pope Francis to ride by in the pope mobile through the streets of Panama City, Panama, Wednesday, Jan, 23, 2019. Pope Francis is in Panama to attend World Youth Day, the church's once-every-three-year pep rally that aims to invigorate the next generation of Catholics in their faith. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
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Pope Francis briefly loses his balance as he deplanes at Tocumen international airport in Panama City, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. Pope Francis will be in Panama Jan. 23-27 for World Youth Day events. (AP Photo/Arnulfo Franco)
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Mexicans wear sombreros and Mexican flags as they wait by the roadside for Pope Francis to drive past, in Panama City, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2019. Pope Francis is in Panama to attend World Youth Day, the church's once-every-three-year pep rally that aims to invigorate the next generation of Catholics in their faith. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)
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