President Joe Biden met with Pope Francis at the Vatican Friday morning, but U.S. media traveling with the president were not granted access to the event.

The Vatican additionally canceled the live broadcast, a decision protested by the White House Correspondents’ Association, and the reporters, photographers, and television crews traveling with the president on his second European trip were barred from participating. The Vatican did provide a handful of photos of the visit and a heavily edited video of Biden and first lady Jill Biden touring the facilities.

In one shot, Biden hands the pope a presidential challenge coin and claimed that he is the “most significant warrior for peace I’ve ever met” and that his late son, Beau Biden, “would want me to give this to you.”

According to reporters traveling in the presidential motorcade, Biden joked and shook hands with papal officials upon arrival.

“It’s good …