Pope Francis declared his two predecessors John XXIII and John Paul II saints in an unprecedented canonization ceremony made even more historic by the presence of retired Pope Benedict XVI.
. Pope Francis kisses the relic of Pope John XXIII.
. Nuns wave as Pope Francis is driven through the crowd after presiding over the ceremony.
. A Polish pilgrim displays a souvenir of canonized Popes John Paul II and John XXIII while waiting for mass before the ceremony.
. St. Peter's Square during the canonization ceremony at the Vatican.
. Pilgrims sleep inside a church near St. Peter's Square waiting to attend the ceremony.
. People kneel as they follow the Mass on a giant screen in Rome.
. Tapestry portraits of Popes John Paul II and Pope Paul XXII hang above Pope Francis as he celebrates Mass during the historic double canonization ceremony for the past pontiffs.
. The relics of Popes John XXIII and John Paul II are brought to the altar. Floribeth Mora, a Costa Rican woman whose 2011 recovery from an inoperable brain aneurism was declared the miracle needed to canonize John Paul, carried the relic of John Paul.
. Bishops attend the canonization Mass of Popes John XXIII and John Paul II.
. Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI, center, arrives in St. Peter's Square.
. Belgium's Queen Paola, Belgium's King Albert II, Spain's King Juan Carlos and Spain's Queen Sofia smile before the canonization Mass.
. The faithful pray during the Mass in St Peter's Square at the Vatican.
. A Cardinal takes a picture as he arrives for the canonization Mass.
. Lech Walesa, Poland's former president, center, talks to Archbishop George Gaenswein, prefect in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican.
. Priests prepare the Eucharist during the canonization Mass.
. Priests arrive in Saint Peter's Square to give communion to pilgrims after the canonizations of Popes John Paul II and John XXIII.
. Pope Francis, waves to pilgrims gathered in St Peters Square, following the canonization Mass.
. Hordes of people gather in a street leading to Saint Peter's Basilica ahead of the ceremony.