Catholic News Service photo
Pope Francis greets a Harley-Davidson biker as he meets with pilgrims who have disabilities following Mass in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican. The Year of Faith Mass concluded a weekend of events calling attention to care for the aged, the sick, the unborn and those with disabilities. 
Catholic News Service photo
Pope Francis greets a Harley-Davidson biker as he meets with pilgrims who have disabilities following Mass in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican. The Year of Faith Mass concluded a weekend of events calling attention to care for the aged, the sick, the unborn and those with disabilities. 
VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis Sunday blessed thousands of Harley-Davidson riders celebrating the manufacturer's 110th anniversary.

Thousands of leather-clad bikers sat alongside nuns and thousands of faithful Catholics taking part in a pro-life rally.

The Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based, Harley gave the pope two white classic Harleys for the Vatican police force to use.