Pope Francis in Philly

Pope Francis in Philly

Look Back at the Pontiff's Historic Visit


The Pope Francis Hangover

Philadelphia seemed hungover Monday morning in the wake of Pope Francis' weekend visit to the city, which officials estimated brought some 860,000 people downtown. »

Pope Talks of Abuse & U.S. Trip en Route Home

Pope Francis has defended his words of consolation to U.S. bishops over the priest sex abuse scandal but says — for the first time — that those who covered up for abusers are guilty of wrongdoing. Francis made... »

Pope Kisses Baby Pope During Papal Parade

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, as one baby girl learned during the Papal visit this weekend in Philadelphia. »

SEPTA Ridership Numbers for Papal Visit

SEPTA officials released their ridership numbers at 18 rail stations that were in service for the Papal visit Saturday. »


Nutter Puts a Wrap on Pope's Philly Visit

World Meeting of Families organizers and city of Philadelphia officials will look back on the papal visit at a pair of news conferences Monday morning. »


Pope's Gone, Roads Reopening

Pope Francis’ whirlwind Philadelphia tour has come to an end and everyday commuter life is slowly getting back to normal. »


Pope Leaves U.S. With One Last Message of Acceptance

Francis, the 266th pope of the Roman Catholic Church, left the United States with a parting message in the same spirit of acceptance that the country showed him. The church appreciates anyone trying to raise a... »


Communion During Parkway Papal Mass

Pope Francis and hundreds of others distributed communion to the hundreds of thousands gathered on the Ben Franklin Parkway Sunday. »


Parishioners Celebrate Mass in Comcast Center Lobby

People from all across the country came to the Comcast Center to watch Pope Francis lead Mass. »

About Our Coverage
NBC10's Jim Rosenfield was the first local reporter on the ground in Argentina. He traveled to the homeland of Pope Francis to report on the pope – or Fr. Jorge as friends still call him -- before he arrives in Philly. Through friends, fellow priests and everyday people who know Fr. Jorge, Jim’s stories reveal a man as complex in some ways as the country in which he was raised.

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