WASHINGTON (CNS) --Those uninterested in the news coverage of Pope Francis' U.S. visit might have ditched the front page and turned to other sections of the newspaper for a break.
NEW YORK CITY (CNA/EWTN News) -- Students and community members in East Harlem were moved, sometimes to tears, by Pope Francis’ words and example during his visit to the New York neighborhood.
PHILADELPHIA (CNS) -- Riad Sargi and his family are glad to know that Pope Francis has not forgotten the suffering of the people of Syria.
WASHINGTON -- Even for a bustling metropolis like Washington, D.C., used to massing vast throngs at innumerable city-wide gatherings, this was unique. In the past the U.S. capital had welcomed victorious new presidents, beribboned military heroes, and record-shattering athletes. But at this spectacle the crowd focused on a humble Franciscan friar, Junípero Serra, who had simply answered God’s call to preach the Gospel.
WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Cooking for 1,900 people, no problem. Cooking for the pope? Now that requires extra care. Chefs Michael McDonald and Irshaad Ellis-Bey say they are up to the challenge.