Pope Francis Formally Installed as Bishop of Rome

Rome hasn't had an Italian bishop in 35 years


Pope Francis was formally installed as bishop of Rome on Sunday in a ceremony characterized by more simplicity than the usual ritual and pomp enjoyed by papal predecessors taking up their pastoral duties.

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