Pope Francis's visit to Brazil reveals the pope's tremendous vigor and energy. In his first international trip as pope, he is running his staff ragged, even adding last-minute events to his packed schedule.
Pope Francis stumbles stepping down from a chair, but recovers. The Vatican was less worried about that stumble, and more concerned about media coverage of the role of Pope Francis during Argentina's 'Dirty War.'
While questions surround how Pope Francis dealt with Argentina's Dirty War, it is his involvement in the slums of Buenos Aires that is expected to guide his leadership of the world's 1.2 billion Catholics.
On Saturday the chimney that signals the election of a new pope was installed on the top of the Sistine Chapel. Pope Benedict XVI's personal seal and fisherman's ring were also destroyed as the cardinals prepare for the start of the conclave Tuesday.