Italians Watch the Canonization in 3D Glasses

An amazing photo from Bergamo, the northern Italy town which was the birthplace of Pope John XXIII.

At the parish church in Sotto il Monte Giovanni XXIII, the faithful who did not brave the crowds at St. Peter’s Square to attend the canonization of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II in person gather to do the next best thing: ¬†They’re watching the screening with the aid of 3D glasses.

AP photo by Luca Bruno.

See this and other amazing photos of the Canonization at The Blaze.


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