By Jim Melwert 

WYNNEWOOD, PA (CBS) — It was quite the celebration as Pope Francis arrived at his “home away from Rome,” at the Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary.

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There was a huge cheer as the now famous Fiat pulled into the driveway.

The seminarians sang ‘Domine Svaum Fac’ to Pope Francis, a song they describe as their anthem, translated as Lord save our father, and listen to us on the day we call on you.

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(KYW's Jim Melwert)

(KYW’s Jim Melwert)

After that, a surprise, as the seminarians, prompted by Seminary Rector, Bishop Timothy Senior sang ‘Happy Birthday’ to Archbishop Charles Chaput, celebrating his 71st birthday today.

Then posing for a photo, some quick greets and the pope went into the Seminary for some much deserved rest in between today’s events.

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