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The cardinals elected a new pope.
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Less engaging is the black-and-white (shot on vintage cameras) film within a film, recounting the life of St. Francis of Assisi, the pope’s namesake and inspiration.
The scene, which runs approximately six minutes, sees the pope sharing the teachings of Jesus with a group of children.
The parents' campaign was backed by the pope and Christian groups, which helped draw international attention to the case.
The months-long legal battle between Alfie's parents, backed by a Christian pressure group, and his doctors has drawn interventions from the pope and Italian authorities, who support the parents' desire to have their son treated in Italy.
Could a former Indianapolis archbishop, Cardinal Joseph Tobin, become pope?
Among its 94 recommendations was a call for an apology from the pope.
Hopefully the pope will soon reveal the ultimate fake news which has been afflicting humanity for thousands of years.
Of course, our current pope’s modern sensibilities don’t magically clear the Church’s record of all scandal.
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Definition of pope for English Language Learners
: the head of the Roman Catholic Church
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