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Cardinal Sean Patrick O'Malley Recognizes 'Impact' of 'Spotlight'
After "Spotlight" took home the Oscar for Best Picture on Sunday night, Cardinal Sean Patrick O'Malley, who currently serves as the Archbishop of Boston, addressed the impact he believes the film and its real-life investigation have had on the Catholic Church and the victims of abuse. O'Malley
Boston College leader credited with transforming school dies
Boston College's chancellor, who helped bring the Roman Catholic university back from a fiscal crisis, has died
Pope Francis Arrives at White House to Thousands of Fans
The South Lawn of the White House was packed, where there were 11,000 ticketed guests not including White House staff, military, volunteers or press, according to a White House spokesman.
Boston Starts to Heal After Marathon Bombing Suspect's Capture
The city of Boston comes together after the dramatic end of manhunt for Tsarnaev Brothers.
Marathon Bombing Victim Rescued by Quick-Thinking Friend
Marathon hero pays visit to bombing victim's bedside and recalls tragic day.
Electing a Pope: Cardinal Describes Weight of Conclave Vote
"Nightline's" Terry Moran travels with Cardinal Justin Rigali as he heads to his second conclave vot
Nightline 03/12: Electing a Pope: Cardinal Describes Weight of Conclave Vote
Tonight on Nightline. History in the making as the world waits for a leader of more than a billion Catholics in world. One American cardinal casting his. Crucial vote but what are the odds of an American Celebrity with targets from Jay z.'s Kim Kardashian for the First Lady if you've got hackers
World Waits for Second Papal Vote
The 115 cardinal electors of the Roman Catholic Church will return to the Sistine Chapel today to resume the conclave that will elect the next pope. The cardinals started the conclave on Tuesday afternoon, but black smoke emerged from the chapel's chimney a few hours afterwards, signaling that no
Papabile 2013: Top Contenders To Be Next Pope
History has begun as cardinal electors have entered the Sistine Chapel. They come from 48 countries with one job in mind: selecting the 266th pope. Before that time comes and the white smoke clears, take a look at some of the men who are seen as favorites to next lead the Catholic Church. Cardinal