Papal Conclave News
Pope recites final prayer at funeral for disgraced Cardinal Law
A funeral mass held for Cardinal Bernard Law this afternoon in St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican was attended by a small congregation. Law, the disgraced former Archbishop of Boston, was accused of covering up for priests involved in sexual abuse scandals in the late 1980s and 1990s. Cardinals,
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.
Pope Francis Announces he May Not Serve Until Death
We want to switch gears to a fresh surprise from the pope. A man who's been shaking up the Vatican for two years now. Now he's saying he might actually retire at some point rather than serving as pope until he dies which is the tradition. He will be following in the unusual footsteps of his
5 International Stories You'll Care About Next Week
1. Happy Birthday, Pope Francis Felix Natalis, Papa. Pope Francis turns 78 next week. Last year, he famously celebrated it by breakfasting with four homeless people who lived just outside the Vatican walls at Casa Santa Martha, the guesthouse he shares with other members of the Curia. This week, in
'GMA' Gives a Rare Behind the Scenes Look at the Vatican
ABC's Robin Roberts takes a revealing look into the pope's private life outside the Vatican.
Fisher of Men: The New World of Pope Francis
Openness, Modesty, Change: Pope Francis Launched a Revolution in the Vatican
Pope's Reform Path: Francis Shakes Up Church Establishment
It appears Pope Francis truly wants to change the Catholic Church. He's reforming the Vatican Bank first, but he's also circumventing the old guard wherever he can. The establishment is up in arms. A cardinal in Rome earns about €3,000 ($3,888) a month, even less than a pastor in Germany. But a
Cardinal Dolan on 'This Week'
George Stephanopoulos speaks to New York Archbishop Cardinal Timothy Dolan.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan Reflects on Catholic Church's Future
We appreciate it. Very moving. One of america's most powerful catholics, one man once considered to be pope himself, cardinal timothy dolan speaking to george stephanopoulos about what happened inside thatecret conclave and the possibility of being an american pope some day. So let's bring in
'This Week' Transcript:Cardinal Timothy Dolan
CARDINAL DOLAN: Easter is always a time for renewed hope, a sense of promise and – and – confidence. But this year's special because this – of Pope Francis. As we watch him – and it's clear to me that the world is watching – you got it, he brings us back to the simplicity, the sincerity, just the