Time Magazine has selected their person of the year.
The magazine named Pope Francis as its Person of the Year, crediting him with shifting the message of the Catholic Church while capturing the "imaginations of millions" who had become disillusioned with the Vatican.
The Pope beat out former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden and gay rights activist Edith Windsor for the award.
Other finalists included Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and U.S. Senator Ted Cruz from Texas.