It's been nearly two weeks since the Chicago Cubs won their first World Series since 1908, but the party is still going strong.

Now the celebration of the Cubs' first World Series in 108 years has gone abroad and reached Pope Francis himself.

Chicago Archbishop Blase Cupich was at the Vatican on Tuesday and presented the Holy Father with a Cubs cap and an autographed baseball in honor of the Lovable Losers' miraculous win:

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News of the @Cubs win reached all the way to the #Vatican! @Pontifex can now celebrate with us and he asks for our prayers! #FlytheW pic.twitter.com/09t3Jhtsax

— Archbishop Cupich (@ArchbishopBlase) November 15, 2016

To which the Cubs responded with this:

@ArchbishopBlase @Pontifex 🙏#FlyTheW pic.twitter.com/rUIwTdWVxN

— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) November 15, 2016

No word on whether or not "Go Cubs, Go" was sung as well.

Though Archbishop Cupich was at the Vatican to be elevated to the rank of Cardinal, one can't imagine that would change his loyalty to the Cubs' NL Central rivals.