Cardinal Timothy Dolan talks with TODAY's Matt Lauer about the selection of the new pope, dispelling rumors of conflict within the conclave saying it was "pretty clear the spirit was leading us" to Pope Francis' appointment. (TODAY)
NBC News Special Report: The Vatican crowd cheers as Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina is blessed and elevated to Pope Francis I, successor to Pope Benedict XVI, on the balcony of St. Peter's Basilica. (NBC News)
The leader of the Scottish Catholic Church, Cardinal Keith O'Brien, has resigned amid allegations of inappropriate behavior, involving four priests in the 1980s. The Cardinal used his resignation to apologize to those he'd offended. ITV's Lewis Vaughan Jones report. (NBC News)
The archbishop of New York, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, explains the "mixed emotions" he feels about the news that Pope Benedict XVI will resign on February 28, saying he feels a "special bond" with the pope. (TODAY)
Cardinal John Foley died this weekend. From 1984 until 2009, Cardinal Foley was the voice of the Christmas Eve mass from St. Peter's, a broadcast tradition that continues to this day on NBC. NBC's Brian Williams reports.