The group selected for the monumental meeting between the USA president and the pontiff was diverse, including family members (First Lady Melania, daughter Ivanka, and son-in-law Jared) and staff (communications advisor Hope Hicks, former bodyguard Keith Schiller, State Department aide Brian Hook, and guardian of Trump's Twitter account Dan Scavino).
Grisham, the first lady's communications director, would not comment as to whether the first couple would raise their son in the Catholic faith, nor did she answer a request for specifics about Melania Trump's religious habits, including whether she regularly attends Mass.
As he completed the visit with the pontiff, President Trump told him, "I won't forget what you said". Before arriving in Rome, Trump visited Saudi Arabia, Israel and the West Bank, and he's scheduled to attend a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meeting and a G20 summit over the weekend.
The president and pope have not always seen eye to eye.
Accompanying Trump were his wife, Melania, as well as his daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner, both of whom serve as senior advisers to the president.
Others chose to Photoshop the image after all.
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The meeting was keenly awaited as the two men have already clashed at a distance on issues including migration and climate change.
Trump of course famously remarked that climate change was a "hoax" by the Chinese.
He gave the pope a custom-bound, first-edition set of Martin Luther King Jr.'s works, an engraved stone from the King Memorial in Washington and a bronze sculpture of a flowering lotus titled "Rising Above". Before Melania, British Prime Minister Theresa May and former U.S. first ladies Laura Bush and Michelle Obama opted not to wear one during their visits to the country.
"We can use peace", Trump said.
Potica is a decadent traditional Slovenian cake, mostly eaten on special occasions.
Significant protests are also expected in Brussels where he will meet European Union and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation officials.