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  • Pope Francis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pope_Francis - 9 hours ago

    Pope Francis is the 266th and current Pope of the Roman Catholic Church, a title
    he holds ex officio as Bishop of Rome, and Sovereign of the Vatican City.

  • Pope Francis to church: Accept gays, divorced Catholics - CNN.com


    Apr 8, 2016 ... (CNN) Pope Francis put his shoulder to the doors of the Catholic Church and
    shoved them open a little wider Friday, calling for the church to be ...

  • Pope Francis - Pope - Biography.com


    Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected the 266th pope of the Roman Catholic
    Church in March 2013, becoming Pope Francis. He is the first pope from the

  • Pope Francis | World news | The Guardian


    Apr 24, 2016 ... Pope Francis tells teens 'happiness is not an app you can download'. At Vatican's
    celebration of youth, pontiff warns against pursuit of ...

  • Pope Francis - The New York Times


    News about Pope Francis. Commentary and archival information about Francis I
    from The New York Times.

  • Francis' Message Calls on Church to Be Inclusive - The New York ...


    Apr 9, 2016 ... ROME — In a broad proclamation on family life, Pope Francis on Friday called for
    the Roman Catholic Church to be more welcoming and less ...

  • Catholic Church: Pope Francis urges greater family understanding ...


    Apr 8, 2016 ... Pope Francis has published new guidelines on family life that argue the Church
    should show more understanding of modern realities.

  • Pope has good news for divorced, but not for gays - USA Today


    Apr 8, 2016 ... ROME — Pope Francis released a document Friday that paves the way for new
    integration into the Roman Catholic Church for divorced ...

  • The New Morality of Pope Francis - The New Yorker


    Apr 8, 2016 ... For years, priests have been quietly defying the Vatican on family issues. Now
    Pope Francis has brought them out of the shadows.

  • Will Pope Francis Break the Church? - The Atlantic


    The new pope's choices stir high hopes among liberal Catholics and intense
    uncertainty among conservatives. Deep divisions may lie ahead.