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Tens of thousands of people gather in Vatican City to watch two former popes become saints.
Local 10 News anchor Laurie Jennings witnesses the canonization of two former popes at the Vatican.
Hordes of media members from all over the world gather outside the Vatican in the hours before the dual canonization of two former popes.
The anticipation is building in Vatican City as the faithful flock there by the thousands for the canonization of two popes, but one South Florida religious leader will not make the trip.
Local 10 News anchor Laurie Jennings explores why two former popes are being made saints in the first-ever dual canonization.
The canonization of two beloved popes is approaching quickly and people from all over the world are flocking to Rome to be there, including members from a church in Miramar.
Pope Benedict makes an exception for the late Pope John Paul II, whose canonization comes just nine years after his death.
The streets of Rome become more crowded as visitors flock to Vatican City for the dual canonization ceremony.
All of Italy is preparing for Sunday's ceremony in which two former popes will be canonized. Local 10 News anchor Laurie Jennings gives viewers a look at the crowded Roman streets ahead of the weekend.
Rome is bracing for millions of pilgrims ahead of Sunday's Celebration of Sainthood. One reason the crowds are expected to be huge is the growing popularity of Pope Francis.
A Coral Gables couple who saw Pope John Paul II's rained-out mass in Miami are bracing for more rain that is expected to arrive just in time for his canonization in Vatican City.
Local 10's Laurie Jennings reports live from outside the Vatican as police and even the media prepare for the canonization of two former popes.
While reporting from the Vatican, Local 10 News anchor Laurie Jennings met a few Coral Gables residents who are there for this weekend's canonization.
Local 10 News anchor Laurie Jennings speaks to the faithful who are eagerly anticipating the canonization of two former popes.
Local 10's Laurie Jennings travels across the Atlantic to be in Rome for this weekend's special ceremony, where two former popes will be canonized.
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