Pope Francis Back In Rome After Historic Trip To USAfter a whirlwind visit to Cuba and the United States, Pope Francis is back at the Vatican.
Pope Francis Heads Back To Rome After Philadelphia Mass Ends Whirlwind TourPope Francis joined hundreds of thousands of the faithful Sunday for the last and biggest event of his joyful, six-day U.S. visit -- a Mass on Philadelphia's grandest boulevard.
Pope's Whirlwind New York Tour Comes To An EndPope Francis' whirlwind tour of New York came to an end as he headed for Philadelphia, the final stop on his first-ever visit to the United States.
Pope Francis Wraps Up Trip To U.S. With Full Day Of Events In PhiladelphiaOutside the building where America's founding fathers signed the Declaration of Independence and Constitution, Francis gave his message of religious freedom.
Pope's Fiat In NYC Generates Buzz For Eco-Friendly CarThe pope's Fiat got a lot of attention in New York City this week.
Dolan: Pope Asked To Circle Statue Of Liberty, Ellis IslandPope Francis asked to circle the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island on his way out of New York, becoming emotional as the helicopter carried him over the sights that greeted millions of immigrants to America, Cardinal Timothy Dolan said.
Pope Receives Gifts From Cuomo, De Blasio During NY VisitPope Francis left New York Saturday morning after his whirlwind visit to the Big Apple with several gifts.
CBS2's Tony Aiello: Faith Blooms At The GardenThe Papal Mass at MSG was filled with grace notes, like petals strewn on a path for the faithful.
Chefs Serve Pope Francis Simple & Healthy Meals During New York VisitCelebrity chefs Lidia Bastianich and Angelo Vivolo made Pope Francis meals like a salad with steamed lobster and roasted striped bass.
Thousands Attend Evening Mass With Pope Francis At Madison Square GardenAn estimated 18,000 people attended the service, which started around 6 p.m. and lasted about an hour and a half.
Westchester Teen Has Pope Bless Photo Of Cancer-Stricken FatherKara Fragola, 17, who attends Maria Regina High School in Hartsdale, was among 12 high school seniors in the New York Archdiocese selected for their academics and spirituality to meet the pope.