A unique event in the history of Catholicism as two former Popes are declared saints.
FOX News Radio's Courtney Walsh reports from the Vatican:
There were Kings and Queens, Prime Ministers and Presidents including Italy's Giorgio Napolitano at the historic twin saint-making ceremony at the Vatican for former Pope John Paul II and John XXIII.
Pilgrims cheered and yelled 'Francesco' as the popular Argentinean drove through the crowds on his open-sided Pope-mobile.
Over 2,200 journalist were accredited. The Vatican estimated that about 800,000 watched the mass in Rome -- many coming from Poland to honor their favorite son, John Paul II.
At the Vatican, Courtney Walsh, FOX News Radio.
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