Pope Benedict XVI is back in Rome following his week-long-travels to Mexico and Cuba. In reviewing almost 4,000 images that documented his historic travels to the two countries, I decided to concentrate on Cuba, a country that because of travel restrictions, still remains a bit of a mystery to most of us. The first image, though, shows the Pope traveling to Cristo Rey sanctuary in Mexico to lead the holy mass celebration.
Pope Francis traveled Saturday south of Rome to have lunch with his "brother" and predecessor Benedict XVI, a historic and potentially problematic melding of the papacies that has never before confronted the Catholic Church. Read Post
A gust of wind lifts Pope Benedict XVI's cape during a visit to the Church of Charity, in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba on March 27. The pontiff, on his second day of a historic visit to Cuba, headed to Havana where he is to celebrate mass... Read Post