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Pope Benedict XVI blesses faithful at the end of his last weekly audience on February 27, 2013 at St Peter's square at the Vatican. Pope Benedict XVI will hold the last audience of his pontificate in St Peter's Square on Wednesday on the eve of his historic resignation as leader of the world's 1.2 billion Catholics. (Photo credit should read GABRIEL BOUYS,GABRIEL BOUYS/AFP/Getty Images)

Full Text Of Pope’s Final General Audience Speech

Today, Benedict XVI celebrated his last general audience. In St. Peter’s Square, crowded with tens of thousands of people wishing to bid him farewell, the Pontiff said: “Thank you for coming in such large numbers to this, my last general audience. Thank you, I am truly moved! And I see the Church is alive! I think we also have to thank the Creator for the beautiful weather that He is giving us now, even in winter.”

02/27/2013

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Miami Archdiocese Surprised By Pope’s Resignation

Pope Benedict XVI stunned the Catholic world Monday morning by announcing his resignation from the job effective at the end of February.

CBS Miami–02/11/2013

Students at St. Timothy Catholic School follow the pope's trip to Cuba with interest. (Source: CBS4)

Miami Students Follow Pope’s Trip To Cuba

Students from Pre-K through eighth grade at St. Timothy Catholic School have been preparing for Pope Benedict XVI’s historic trip to Cuba for quite some time.

CBS4–03/27/2012

(Source: Pool) Pope Benedict blesses the crowd as he is at the door of his plane, preparing to leave Mexico.

Faithful Who Stayed Home Have Options To Watch Pope In Cuba

For the faithful, the best thing is to be in Cuba to see the pope in person, but if that’s just not possible, there are a number of places in South Florida where you can go to watch with others to share the experience.

03/26/2012

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