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.
White smoke signals the Catholic Church has chosen a new pope.
Catholics worldwide are anxiously awaiting news of whom the new pope will be.
Who is your pick?
As cardinals meet in Rome to select a new pope, hundreds of Baltimore-area students got some inside information about the process.
Baltimore area Catholics held special masses around the city to honor Pope Benedict XVI, who officially stepped down Thursday.
Catholics across Maryland honor Pope Benedict XVI. It’s the first time in almost 600 years parishioners can give thanks to a living leader of the church.
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