Pope Francis in Philly

Pope Francis in Philly

Look Back at the Pontiff's Historic Visit

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Pope Visit Bad for Business: City Controller

A new report all but confirms what restaurants and retailers have been saying: The papal weekend was bad for business. »

Kim Davis, Pope Had Private Meeting in D.C.

Attorneys for Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis said Tuesday that she had a secret meeting with Pope Francis during his historic trip to America — and he supposedly told the defiant county clerk to "stay strong,"... »

Armed Man Breaches JFK Security to 'Give Pope His Business Card'

A former New York City firefighter carrying five bullets and marijuana breached security at JFK Airport and drove onto the tarmac in order to give Pope Francis his business card, according to a criminal... »

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How Did New Jersey Fair During Papal Weekend?

An estimated 860,000 people jammed into the Ben Franklin Parkway for the Papal Mass. NBC10’s Drew Smith went to New Jersey to see how it was across the river on Sunday. »

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Philly 'Open Streets' Petition for Summer 2016

A group called Open Streets Philadelphia has started an online petition to ban cars from some Philadelphia streets over the course of the three weekends next summer. »

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10 Qs With Bobby Hill, Local Boy Who Sang for the Pope

Usually at the age of 14 you’re in high school, joining math clubs, or playing sports. Well not for Bobby Hill of the Keystone State Boychoir, this 14 year old high school student has sung for the Pope... »

Pope's Visit in 1 Word

We've asked you to describe his historic trip in a single word »

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Kissed By The Pope

Baby Margaret and mother Chrissy Quisenberry join Rosemary Connors in the NBC10 studio to talk about their family's experience during the Papal Parade. »

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Archbishop Recaps The Pope's Visit

Three words Archbishop Charles Chaput uses to describe the weekend with Pope Francis; Peaceful, Joyful, Historic. »

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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