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    One Year After Papal Election, 'Francis Effect' Is Negligible in USi
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    Jerome Socolovsky
    March 06, 2014 4:53 PM
    Roman Catholic leaders are excited that Pope Francis' actions and words over the past year have reportedly brought some former Catholics back into churches around the world. But surveys show this so-called "Francis effect" is negligible in America. VOA religion reporter Jerome Socolovsky went to one parish that is attracting worshippers.

    One Year After Papal Election, 'Francis Effect' Is Negligible in US

    Published March 06, 2014

    Roman Catholic leaders are excited that Pope Francis' actions and words over the past year have reportedly brought some former Catholics back into churches around the world. But surveys show this so-called "Francis effect" is negligible in America. VOA religion reporter Jerome Socolovsky went to one parish that is attracting worshippers.


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