Episode | Originally Aired:

March 13, 2013

Up Front: White smoke descended on Rome as the 115-member conclave of cardinals elected a new Pope. They've chosen Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentino as the new Vicar of Christ. So, how will he address the changes and turmoil the church currently faces? CNN's Erin McLaughlin and Al Jazeera's Emma Hayward has the latest from Rome.

Special Report: This next pope must deal with scandals that won't go away and minister to a global flock that's changing rapidly and dramatically. Will the Catholic church change, too? Correspondent Brian Rooney asks some believers and Catholic leaders here in L.A.

In the Studio: Madeleine speaks with LMU's Father Allen Deck about what we can expect from the new Francis I.

"Habemus Papam"- Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, S.J., has been elected Pope Francis I. (Associated Photo Credit: Catholic Church (England and Wales)/Flickr/Creative Commons License)

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