JERUSALEM – Here is a glance at the highlights of Pope Francis' visit to Jerusalem on Monday, the third and last day of his Holy Land pilgrimage.
— Visits the Dome of the Rock, Islam's third-holiest site, atop the contested complex revered by Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary and by Jews as the Temple Mount.
— Removes his shoes to enter the shrine and urges his "brother" Muslims to never commit violence in God's name.
— Prays at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, and leaves a note with a text of the "Our Father" prayer in Spanish in a crack between the stones.
— Lays a wreath of white and yellow flowers, the colors of the Vatican, at the tomb of the founder of Zionism, Theodore Herzl.
— Following his prayer on Sunday at the controversial separation barrier in Bethlehem, makes an unscheduled stop at a memorial for Israelis killed in terror attacks and leans in prayer on the plaques lined with the names of victims.
— Visits the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial and meets with six Holocaust survivors, kissing the hands of each one and listening to their life stories.
— Calls the Holocaust "an evil" that had never been seen before and prays to God that such a tragedy may never be repeated.
— Meets with Israel's chief rabbis, recalls the Jewish roots of Christianity and says the bond between the two faiths is unbreakable despite the "difficulties" in relations in the past.