It may seem like things are back to normal at the Vatican following the election of a new pope of the Catholic Church, but inside the walls heading into the Easter holiday, it is far from normal.
Pope Francis celebrated his installation Mass this morning at the Vatican.
KDKA-AM’s Larry Richert talks to Pittsburgh Bishop David Zubik about the inauguration of Pope Francis.
Pope Francis has urged princes, presidents, sheikhs and thousands of ordinary people gathered for his installation Mass to protect God’s creation, the weakest and the poorest of the world.
What does Pope Francis mean for the future of the church? It’s too soon to say, but one expert on the church says the biggest change may be his style.
More than half a century ago, Pope Francis lost part of his right lung. It was removed because of pneumonia.
Maria Ferreyra, of Point Breeze, expressed her excitement and pleasure over the election of an Argentinian cardinal to be the new head of the Roman Catholic Church.
Read Catholic Diocese of Greensburg Bishop Lawrence E. Brandt’s full statement on the election of Pope Francis.
Read Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh Bishop David Zubik’s full statement on the election of Pope Francis I.
White smoke signifying the election of a new pope began billowing out of the Sistene Chapel’s chimney just after 7 p.m. local time.
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