Commentary: Pope Francis has a solid foundation that could help him rebuild a church crumbling under clergy child abuse, disillusioned Catholics and a scandal-plagued bureaucracy.
Pope Francis has decided not to move into the papal apartments, but to live in a suite in the Vatican guesthouse, the Vatican said Tuesday.
In the cases of then-Cardinal Bergolgio's involvement in the Dirty War and clergy sex abuse, the reporting has included liberal use of such terms as "cloudy" and "murky."
Commentary: Much of the scandals surrounding the Curia are management problems that can be dealt with using "best practices" of business and government.
NCR Today: The two men prayed, dined and conversed together in the papal summer home.
We say: For a community whose narrative is woven with symbols, those advanced by Pope Francis became more awe-inspiring as the days wore on.
Analysis: As Pope Francis basks in broad approval, some constituencies in the Catholic church are cautious or even angry at his election.
Pope Francis is the first pope to have been ordained a priest after Vatican II. He was ordained a Jesuit in 1969.
Pope Francis' style of diving toward the crowds means his protectors have to do a quick rewrite of strategy, sometimes on the spot.
All Things Catholic: Now that Pope Francis' papacy is under way, the focus will shift from style to substance. Can he deliver the reform cardinals believe they were voting for?