Pope Francis was greeted by refugees on the Greek island of Lesbos on Saturday, some saying "welcome to Greece" in English or "I love you".
Others held placards reading "Please save the Yazidi people from genocide" or "we want freedom".
At one point, the Catholic church leader kisses a baby on the cheek.
As Pope Francis completes his five-hour trip to Lesbos to visit refugee centres, here is a picture roundup of the symbolic tour.
Countless refugees have passed through Lesbos on their way to mainland Europe over the last few years, many not surviving the journey.