Change at the Vatican
Pope Benedict XVI's resignation and the conclave to elect Pope Francis I the Church's new leader
Pope's view on legalizing drugs: Just say no
Pontiff condemns legalization of marijuana, other drugs as flawed, failed experiment, saying "Drug addiction is an evil"
Pope Francis is fine, he's just hot
Vatican admits pontiff has trouble walking "far," but rumors sparked by cancelled summer engagements are mostly summer haze
A year into Francis' papacy, Jesuits seeing a boost
Pope's popularity considered a key factor behind the growing interest the Society of Jesus
Pope Francis delivers off-the-cuff homily for Palm Sunday
The pontiff hopped off his popemobile to pose for “selfies” with young people in a packed St. Peter’s Square
Pope Francis' strongest statement yet on sex abuse
In closed meeting with children's rights group, pontiff says he felt need to "take it upon myself" and ask forgiveness
Queen to pope on her gift: "I hope that is unusual for you"
Pontiff returns courtesy to visiting monarch with gift for Elizabeth's great-grandson, Prince George
Obama: Pope seems "a little bit uncomfortable" with papacy frills
After historic meeting with pontiff, president says Francis "projects the kind of humility and kindness" consistent with Jesus' teachings
President Obama and Pope Francis meet at the Vatican
President and pontiff talk about helping world's poor; audience comes as poll reveals 46 percent of Americans have favorable view of Francis
Pope Francis extremely popular among American Catholics, poll says
A new CBS News poll reveals that a year into his papacy, American Catholics have very high opinions of the pope
Since Pope Francis, more Catholics say the church is in touch
For the first time in CBS News polling, more Catholics say the church is in touch with their needs than say it's out of touch
Pope to mobsters: You'll go to hell if you don't repent
Pontiff delivers most forceful denunciation yet of organized crime at prayer vigil for relatives of innocents killed by mafia
How much has Pope Francis changed Catholic church?
Pope Francis' papacy will not be judged by what he said in his first year, but by what he does next
Pope Francis' first anniversary as pontiff: Inside his transformation of the church
Archbishop Joseph Kurtz and Cardinal Timothy Dolan weigh in on pope's first year as leader of the world's 1.2 billion Catholics
Pope Francis: Appearance not as important as God
Pontiff tells Catholics at beginning of Lent that "value of life does not depend on the approval of others or of success, but on what we have inside"
After dove disaster, Pope Francis takes a parrot
Pontiff seems to make up with world of birds after crow, seagull attack doves released from his studio window during weekend
Against his will, Pope John Paul II's notes in print
Pope commissioned personal secretary to burn his personal notes, but they were kept and some are being published before he's declared a saint
Pope says abortion evidence of "throwaway culture"
Pope Francis has generally limited his exhortations about abortion, saying church teaching is well known
Pope Francis names his first batch of cardinals
The 19 men chosen this year to become "princes of the church" come from 12 different nations, including some of the world's poorest
Pope doesn't reconfirm prominent conservative cardinal to top post
Cardinal Burke drew attention in 2004 when he said he would deny Communion to Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry; loses spot on Congregation for Bishops
Prominent gay rights magazine honors pope on his birthday
The Advocate magazine named Pope Francis its “Person of the Year” on his 77th birthday; pope invites homeless to breakfast
Why Pope Francis is Time magazine's Person of the Year
Compassionate, humble pontiff has managed to change the global conversation about the Catholic Church
Time's Person of the Year a newcomer to world stage
Magazine says annual choice for person who had greatest impact on the world changed one of its largest institutions in extraordinary way
Pope Francis lays out his mission in “Evangeli Gaudium”
Pontiff’s 85-page Apostolic Exhortation calls for church to put itself “out on the streets” and reject “idolatry of money"
Guess who answers the phone at the Vatican?
Learn what life may be like for Pope Francis by watching television's first good look inside Vatican City
Cardinal Dolan "startled" by pope's decision to resign
The Archbishop of New York tells CBS News he expects College of Cardinals to be summoned to Rome to oversee church after pope resigns
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