50 years later, nun sees results of pope-patriarch meeting
JERUSALEM (CNS) -- In 1964, when Sister
Frieda Nasser was 16, she was among 12
girls chosen to greet Pope Paul VI as he
entered Bethlehem, West Bank, on his
two-day visit to the Holy Land.
It was January, and the girls were in place at 3 a.m., waiting for the pope's 6 a.m. arrival, but with all the excitement they did not feel the cold, she recalled.