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.
Millions of people all over the world, including in Houston, celebrated the canonization of two popes credited with changing the Catholic Church forever.
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On Saturday, Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II will both be named saints. In light of their canonization, take a look back at a few of the notable, unusual and surprising moments throughout papal history.
Cardinal Daniel DiNardo expects to be traveling to Rome soon to see the man who sent him to Houston elevated to sainthood.
A Kingwood man watched history unfold as a new Pope was named. It's all part of his studies at the Vatican to become a priest.
KPRC Local 2 anchor Bill Balleza is covering the Conclave from the Vatican. Read about his experience covering the event.
Cardinal Daniel DiNardo wants Houstonians to know what kind of man he helped to select to be the 266th pontiff of the Roman Catholic Church.
Newspapers around the world heralded the election of Pope Francis on their front pages.
A group of Catholic students are waiting to see who will be the next pope, and they've made their own picks as to who should get the position.
Thousands of miles away from Rome at St. Anne's Catholic Church in Houston, Hispanic parishioners gathered Wednesday evening for mass.
Top clergymen in Houston say that the selection of the former archbishop of Buenos Aires as the new Pope 'speaks boldly' to Houston's Hispanic population.
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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.
Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston Cardinal Daniel DiNardo at the Vatican to participate in the Conclave to choose a new pope. Read about his journey.