Pope Francis got big laughs from the crowd in his goodbye when he said, "I'll see you all at Mass tomorrow.. At..What time is that again?"
For the record, Mass on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway begins 4 p.m. ET.
As for the rest of the schedule, here's what Pope Francis is doing on his last day in the United States:
9:15 a.m.: Papal meeting with Bishops at St. Martin's Chapel of St. Charles Borromeo Seminary.
11 a.m.: Visit to Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility.
4 p.m.: Mass with the World Meeting of Families.
7 p.m.: Visit with organizers, volunteers and benefactors of the World Meeting of Families at Atlantic Aviation.
8 p.m.: Pope Francis departs for Rome.
Good morning! Pope Francis is getting ready to meet with bishops in the Saint Martin of Tour's Chapel at Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary.
A little bit of insight into to pope's morning schedule... Pope Francis usually wakes up around 4:30 a.m. and spends the first couple of hours of his day praying and meditating and then preparing his homily for the day.
The pope is now en route to the Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility where he will meet with 100 inmates, ages 18-21 (including 25 women) and their family members.
The big tent was big drama for a few minutes, with crowds chanting and tweeting #movethattent, but it looks like it will all be resolved very soon.
The pope will be making an unscheduled stop this afternoon on his way into Center City for Mass. Pope Francis will stop by Saint Joseph’s University to view a newly dedicated statue “Synagoga and Ecclesia in Our Time.” The statue commemorates the 50th anniversary of Nostra Aetate, the Vatican II document that transformed the relationship between the Catholic and Jewish faiths.
The pope has arrived at Saint Joseph's University.
Pope Francis is at the airport and delivering final remarks to organizers and volunteers for the World Festival of Families.
Vice President Joe Biden is at the airport to see off the pope.