Pope's Role In Cuba Deal Fractures Cuban-American FlockThe key role Pope Francis played encouraging talks between Presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro left fractures among his flock in South Florida, where many older Roman Catholics equate the Castro brothers with the devil.
Cuban Couple Given Refugee Status After Pope Visit ProtestA man who shouted against the Cuban government during Pope Benedict XVI's 2012 visit has been given refugee status in the U.S.
Francis To Be Installed As Pope TuesdayA new era at the Vatican will officially start a little after 4 a.m. eastern time when Francis will be installed as the new Pope of the Roman Catholic Church.
Ceremony For The Pope's Last Monsignors In Miami A ceremony was held in Miami for seven priests promoted to monsignors, the last to be named in South Florida by recently retired Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI.
Conclave Of Cardinals: How Does It Work?The race to replace Pope Benedict XVI is underway at The Vatican as more than 100 cardinals gathered Monday without a Pope to lead them. They’re holding two meetings Monday, in which they may set a date for the next conclave to select a new Pope.
Facing South Florida: Archbishop Thomas Wenski- Pt 3As the world looks to Rome for a new leader CBS4's Jim DeFede sits down with Archbishop Thomas Wenski to disuss the future of the Church and the upcoming conclave.
Facing South Florida: Archbishop Thomas Wenski -Pt 2As the world looks to Rome for a new leader CBS4's Jim DeFede sits down with Archbishop Thomas Wenski to disuss the future of the Church and the upcoming conclave.
Facing South Florida: Archbishop Thomas Wenski - Pt 1As the world looks to Rome for a new leader CBS4's Jim DeFede sits down with Archbishop Thomas Wenski to disuss the future of the Church and the upcoming conclave.
South Florida Watched Final Hours Of Pope Benedict's PapacyPope Benedict XVI is in the final hours of his papacy and South Florida Catholics are watching every moment of his historic resignation.
Archbishop Wenski Weighs In On Selection Of Next PopeCatholics may have a new Pope sooner than expected. Just a few days before he steps down, Pope Benedict the 16th revised the rules for how his successor is chosen. Cardinals no longer have to wait 15 days after the Pope resigns to begin voting for a new Holy Father. Meantime, Miami's Archbishop Thomas Wenski weighed in on the selection of the next Pope while talking to CBS4’s Brian Andrews.
Miami Archdiocese Surprised By Pope's ResignationPope Benedict XVI stunned the Catholic world Monday morning by announcing his resignation from the job effective at the end of February.
Auxillary Bishop Agustin Roman Dead At 83Miami’s Cuban exile community is mourning the loss of a spiritual leader.

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