Americas

  • A statue of a crow is silhouetted against the San Lorenzo de Almagro chapel window in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Thursday, March 14, 2013. The San Lorenzo soccer team is sometimes called the "Crows," after the black color of a priest's robe.
  • In this March 24, 2011 image released by the San Lorenzo de Almagro soccer team, Argentina's Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio speaks at the soccer club chapel in Buenos Aires.
  • Argentina's Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, third from left, poses with young players of the San Lorenzo soccer team inside the soccer club's chapel in Buenos Aires, March 24, 2011. Bergoglio was chosen as Pope on March 13, 2013, the first pope ever from the Americas and the first from outside Europe in more than a millenium. (AP Photo/Club Atletico San Lorenzo de Almagro)
  • Cristian Marcelo Reynoso, center, poses inside his home with his children, Milagro, 5, left, Oriana, 3, bottom, and Nahuel, 10, right, in their home in the Villa 21-24 slum in Buenos Aires, Argentina, March 14, 2013. At Villa 21-24, a slum so dangerous that most outsiders wouldn't dare go in, Jorge Mario Bergoglio often showed up unannounced to share laughs and sips of mate, the traditional Argentina herbal tea.

Pope Francis, a "Saints" Fan

Published March 15, 2013


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