St. Benedict Drapes Church in Bunting to Honor Pope Francis
The Catholic tradition honors the election of a new Pope.
St. Benedict Roman Catholic Church draped gold and white Papal bunting around the church Thursday morning in honor Pope Francis' election by the conclave. The gold and white bunting is a Catholic tradition that celebrates the election of a new Pope.
Father Dan Swift shared these photos with Patch. Click through the image gallery to get an up close view of the bunting.
Read about Fr. Swift's reaction to the election of the first the first Jesuit and first Latin American Pope in the Catholic Church here.