Thousands of Catholics gather in Baltimore to celebrate the anniversary of the pope’s election. Pope Francis has become wildly popular in his first year at the Vatican. His fresh approach and mass appeal is being called the “Francis Factor.”
The Francis Factor: one year ago, cardinals chose Pope Francis as the new leader of the Catholic Church. What a year it’s been for the 1.2 billion faithful worldwide as the new pope has energized them.
From the rise of a rock-star pope, to the unfathomable bombing that rocked a marathon, we lived and breathed events that would forever alter the course of history. Here at CBS Local, here’s a list […]
Calling him “The People’s Pope,” Time Magazine names Pope Francis its “Person of the Year.” It is an honor that comes just nine months into a papacy that has sparked both admiration and outrage around the world.
Pope Francis shakes up the Catholic Church in a blunt new interview seen all over the world. The pope urges his followers to stop obsessing over same-sex marriage, abortion and contraception.
Reaction continues to pour in after Pope Francis’ remarkable comments about gays in the Catholic church. Now the Archbishop of Baltimore weighs in.
It’s only been a few weeks but Pope Francis is already proving to be a pope of the people.
Pope Francis celebrated his installation Mass Tuesday morning at the Vatican. One hundred and fifty cardinals, world leaders and thousands of Catholics packed St. Peter’s Square for the ceremony.
Catholics around the world continue to celebrate Pope Francis, including here in Baltimore.
The pope’s election carries a huge significance to members of Maryland’s Latino community.
Many Catholics WJZ spoke with say the selection of Pope Francis is a sign of change for the future of the church.
A new pope has been elected and students at Loyola University are excited about Pope Francis.