PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Emmy-winner Pat Ciarrocchi, CBS 3’s longtime anchor, reporter and host, will be inducted into Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame this Sunday, May 4 at a special dinner at the Hotel […]
Bishop David O’ Connell of the Diocese of Trenton says Popes John Paul II and John the XXIII both helped to renew the strength of the Roman Catholic Church.
Sunday, the Catholic world will witness the making of two saints. Pope John Paul II and Pope John XXIII will rise to sainthood.
Dr. Nadia speaks to innovative, rejuvenation treatments that avoid unnecessary surgical procedures.
At Tuesday’s tribute to the victims and first responders of the 2013 Boston Marathon, runner Amy Oneill of Doylestown was among the guests.
The private discussion, over a wooden desk in the papal library, scheduled for a half hour stretched to 52 minutes.
Follow CBS 3′s Pat Ciarrocchi as she travels with the Philadelphia delegation and reports from Rome, Italy!
Although a private meeting with Pope Francis was canceled, a delegation from Pennsylvania had the chance to speak with the Pontiff in Rome Wednesday morning.
The planning for next year’s World Meeting of Families continues at the Vatican.
Philadelphia is already set to host the World Meeting of Families from September 22 to 27, 2015. The Pope usually travels to the event, but local officials are hoping to guarantee his presence at the first one held since assuming his position.
Chris analyzes media coverage of the conclusion to the search for the missing Malaysian Airlines flight, the role of lobbyists giving gifts to politicians, and President Obama’s omission from a list of great world leaders. He also talks to CBS 3′s Pat Ciarrocchi who is covering Philadelphia’s delegation to Rome, hoping to get Pope Francis to Philadelphia.
Andrea Kyan spoke with Pat Ciarrocchi about the benefits of juicing.
Jamison Celtic Rock performs some great Irish music and discusses an upcoming show in Northeast Philadelphia.
Comedian Tom Arnold talks spoke Pat Ciarrocchi about his upcoming show at Harrah’s Philadelphia.
Jorge Mario Bergoglio, a Jesuit who had been ready to retire as Archbishop of Buenos Aires in Argentina, was chosen and some say transformed.