Monday, March 18, 2013

Recap of Christopher Dickey's Recent Vatican Coverage

It's been a busy seven days. If you aren't Poped out and want to catch up, here's a list of the stories filed from Rome. I will be back in Paris tonight, but Barbie Nadeau will keep up her fantastic coverage from the Eternal City.
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  • NEW: The Two Faces of Pope Francis
    by Christopher Dickey March 17, 2013 04:45 AM EDT
    The new pontiff's past reputation is hard to square with his affable presence today. His actions in the weeks to come will tell us who he really is, writes Christopher Dickey.

  • INTERACTIVEPapal Attraction: Live Updates From Rome!
    March 09, 2013 10:36 AM EST
    Follow our reporters Barbie Latza Nadeau and Christopher Dickey in Rome as Pope Francis takes over. See tweets, photos, and videos.

  • The Pope's Dirty Past
    by Christopher Dickey March 16, 2013 04:45 AM EDT
    Christopher Dickey on the new pontiff's role during Argentina's dictatorship.

  • What Did You Do in the Dirty War, Papa?
    by Christopher Dickey March 15, 2013 04:45 AM EDT
    Questions persist about how Pope Francis behaved during the violence of Argentina's Dirty War. Christopher Dickey digs into the evidence.

  • Watch Out, Vatican City
    by Christopher Dickey March 13, 2013 06:20 PM EDT
    Francis is warm, humble, and ready to shake things up.

  • Southern Discomfort
    by Christopher Dickey, Mac Margolis March 13, 2013 04:45 AM EDT
    Christopher Dickey and Mac Margolis on the election of an African or Latin American pope.

  • The Case for Padre Sean
    by Christopher Dickey March 12, 2013 04:45 AM EDT
    With a history of tirelessly helping the poor, Cardinal Sean O'Malley has shown just the kind of qualities the world needs in a new pope, argues Christopher Dickey.

  • America's Candidate for Pope?
    by Christopher Dickey March 10, 2013 07:33 AM EDT
    He fought for justice on behalf of the church's sex-abuse victims long before the Vatican did.
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