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Pope Francis is being Pope Francis is being credited with a "half miracle" for turning St. Gennaro's blood to liquid in front of witnesses.
Courtesy of St. Augustine Diocese
Items found Jan. 7 inside a 1966 time capsule in the Cathedral of St. Augustine during renovations to the main altar. Items found inside include newspapers from the day, a few pictures, a note from one of the painters and two medallions of Pope Paul VI.
A time capsule from 1966 was discovered Wednesday in the marble altar of the Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine. Items inside include newspapers from the day, a few pictures, a note from one of the painters and two medallions of Pope Paul VI.
It wasn't enough that Pope Francis was named Time magazine's "Person of the Year" or that he fronted this week's Rolling Stone magazine. Now there's SuperPope graffiti sprouting up around the Vatican.
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John Paul's personal papers will be published in a book due out next month.
Taking the name Pope Francis... The new holy father will hold a televised mass tomorrow at Noon our time. He is a pontiff of firsts... not only is he the first pope from Latin America...and the first Jesuit pope .. he is the first to take the name Francis... and He broke with tradition and asked the crowd outside his balcony to pray for him.
For many Catholics in Jacksonville, the new pope means a new direction for the Catholic church.
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As cardinals gather at the Vatican to elect a new pope, President Barack Obama said he believes U.S. politics wouldn't stand in the way of an American pope doing his job.
One year ago today, Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio became Pope Francis. Click here to learn more about the election process and the history of the papacy.
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