Pope Francis

Estimated 3,000 People Gathered To Watch Pope Live StreamThe pope's final Mass on his U.S. visit was live-streamed from Philadelphia.
Two North Texans Meet Pope; 1 Takes A SelfieAnnette Gonzales-Taylor and Maria Beltran knew they would be near Pope Francis during his visit to Washington, D.C. What they didn’t know is he would stop and offer them a greeting.
Pope Prepares For Historic Address To CongressPope Francis is about to become the first pontiff in history to speak to a joint meeting of Congress.
UD Students To Pray With Pope In Washington, D.C.A group of about a dozen student from the University of Dallas are headed to Washington D.C. for a trip of a lifetime and a lesson in history that the books could never teach.
Pope's U.S. Visit Set To Take Over Social MediaPope Francis isn't your typical social media star. He doesn't even carry a cell phone. But wherever he goes, millions of tweets, posts, pictures and video streams are sure to follow.
UN Chief To Open Vatican Climate Change ConferenceU.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will open a key Vatican meeting this month on Pope Francis' highly anticipated teaching document on climate change.
Pope Says It's OK To Spank, With ConditionsSpeaking at a general audience Wednesday Pope Francis said that the use of corporal punishment was acceptable, with certain conditions.
Pope's Climate-Change Stand Deepens Conservatives' DistrustConservative distrust of Pope Francis, which has been building in the U.S. throughout his pontificate, is reaching a boiling point over his plan to urge action on climate change.
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Dallas Bishop Among Crowds On Historic Day Of 4 PopesBishop Kevin Farrell of the Catholic Diocese of Dallas was among an estimated 800,000 people who watched as two 20th-century popes were elevated to sainthood Sunday morning.
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Pope Francis Is Time's Person of the Year, Texas Senator Makes Top FiveTime magazine selected Pope Francis as its Person of the Year on Wednesday, saying the Catholic Church's new leader has changed the perception of the 2,000-year-old institution in an extraordinary way in a short time.