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    Strained Under Benedict, Vatican's Interfaith Ties Already Improvingi
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    March 15, 2013 11:21 PM
    Leaders of Muslim, Jewish and other non-Catholic faiths are welcoming the election of Pope Francis. Many expect improved interfaith relations after setbacks under Pope Benedict. VOA's religion reporter Jerome Socolovsky reports.

    Strained Under Benedict, Vatican's Interfaith Ties Already Improving

    Published March 15, 2013

    Leaders of Muslim, Jewish and other non-Catholic faiths are welcoming the election of Pope Francis. Many expect improved interfaith relations after setbacks under Pope Benedict. VOA's religion reporter Jerome Socolovsky reports.


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