From taking a more liberal stance on social issues like homosexuality and choosing to lead a simple lifestyle, Pope Francis has become known as a charismatic man leading the church and its faithful by example.
The first pontiff from South America is already beloved by the faithful for his incredible humility and hands-on approach.
Just ten days on the job, he began paving his own path - getting down on bended knee to wash the feet of juvenile delinquents. And this month, he garnered headlines for his compassionate embrace of these disabled men.
Archbishop of New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan weighed in on Pope Francis on "New Day" Friday.
Dolan says people around the world are impressed with him because "he's simply himself."