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Despite High Hopes, Pope Francis First Year Mostly Change in Stylei
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March 11, 2014 12:52 AM
It’s been a breathtaking year since Benedict XVI became the first pope in centuries to resign, and was replaced by the first pontiff from the Americas. Jerome Socolovsky reports on the hopes that Pope Francis would single-handedly turn around the church’s fortunes.

Despite High Hopes, Pope Francis First Year Mostly Change in Style

Published March 10, 2014

It’s been a breathtaking year since Benedict XVI became the first pope in centuries to resign, and was replaced by the first pontiff from the Americas. Jerome Socolovsky reports on the hopes that Pope Francis would single-handedly turn around the church’s fortunes.


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