CNBC's Mary Thompson provides highlights from Pope Francis' address to Congress.
Pope Francis address joint meeting of Congress.
Pope Francis address the traits and responsibilities of good political leaders
Pope Francis address job creation before a joint meeting of Congress.
Pope Francis discusses the merits of the golden rule and shares his support of the efforts to abolish the death penalty and do more to fight poverty.
We must live as nobly and justly as possible and not turn our backs on our neighbors, says Pope Francis.
In his address to Congress, Pope Francis says it's important for people to join together in a fraternity of justice and peace.
Pope Francis says he is deeply worried by the disturbing political and social situation of the world today.
Members of Congress applaud as Pope Francis arrives on the House floor.
Pope Francis talks about the everyday life of the working individual, and complexity of history of people trying to build a better life, like President Lincoln and Martin Luther King, Jr.
Pope Francis addresses a joint meeting of Congress, where he talks about legislative responsibility. You are the face of its people, says Pope Francis.
House Speaker John Boehner and Pope Francis, meet before the pope's address to U.S. Congress.
CNBC's Jim Cramer, looks forward to hearing Pope Francis speak at the U.S. Capitol.
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CNBC's Mary Thompson reports on today's historic papal visit to Congress.
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Noted historian and Pulitzer finalist Gerald Posner, author of "God's Banker," provides insight to Pope Francis' message.
Pope Francis is visiting the White House in the U.S. CNBC's Mary Thompson reports on the pope's message on the free markets and globalization.
Pope Francis makes his way to midday prayer with US bishops.
Ahead of the pope's visit, telecom companies spent millions to beef up their wireless systems to prepare for all the selfies, tweets and shares.