Rabbi Praises Pope Francis Selection As A 'Most Positive Result'Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s selection as Pope Francis has come as a welcome surprise for the Jewish community and the future of Catholic-Jewish relations.
Mom of Pope Candidate: My Son Won't 'Be Up to the Bitchiness in the Vatican'As the cardinals enter the conclave to elect a new pope, the mother of one cardinal hopes he won’t be the new leader of the Vatican.
Pope Leaves Vatican For Last Time As Leader Of Catholic ChurchPope Benedict XVI has left the Vatican as the leader of the Catholic Church for the last time.
Lasting Impressions Of The Reign And Abdication Of Pope Benedict XVIA discussion regarding the effects of Pope Benedict XVI on the Catholic Church, both during his tenure and after his abdication from his position of power.
Pope: I Will Be 'Hidden To The World'Pope Benedict XVI tells Rome’s parish priests that he will be living in an isolated world once he steps down later this month.
Pope: I'm Stepping Down 'For The Good Of The Church'In his first public appearance since announcing his resignation, Pope Benedict XVI says he is stepping down “for the good of the church.”
Pope Benedict XVI Successor May Be First Non-European Supreme PontiffMany believe the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI will usher in a major racial shift atop the church.
Analysts: 'Slim' Possibility American Will Become Next PopeWith Pope Benedict XVI announcing he will step down as pontiff on Feb. 28, is it possible that an American can run the Vatican?
Pope Benedict XVI to Resign: 'His Age is Weighing on Him'Pope Benedict XVI is resigning. The Vatican confirms the Pope will step down on Feb. 28.
Pope Benedict XVI Ready To Jump On TwitterPope Benedict XVI is reportedly ready to take one holy step into technology by making his first official Tweet.
Pope Shocked By 'Senseless Violence' In Colo. ShootingPope Benedict XVI says he's "deeply shocked" by the "senseless violence" in the Colorado movie theater shootings and is offering his prayers so the survivors and relatives of the victims can find strength.