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Pope Francis, the 'cold-call pope', reaches out and touches a lot of people

VATICAN CITY (RNS) Of all the novelties that Pope Francis has brought to the Vatican, few have endeared him to the public — and unsettled his aides — as much as his penchant for picking up the phone and calling someone out of the blue. popefrancis ...
Pope Francis: Beloved by hundreds of millions around the world, plus top New York media power players

- 2 months ago @ ri.search.yahoo.com: An overwhelming number told the Hollywood Reporter he is their "dream interview."

Pope Francis is the holy grail of interviews for media moguls

- 2 months ago @ finance.yahoo.com: What do BuzzFeed's Ben Smith, CBS News' Scott Pelley, and Vice's Shane Smith have in common? They all dream of interviewing Pope Francis. The Hollywood Reporter released its annual "35 Most Powerful ...

Pope Francis is media moguls' dream interview

- 2 months ago @ ri.search.yahoo.com: Everyone from BuzzFeed's Ben Smith to CBS News' Scott Pelley dream of interviewing the Pope.

Paul B. Farrell: Pope Francis’s new ‘Climate Change Encyclical’ sneak preview

- 2 months ago @ ri.search.yahoo.com: Here’s a sneak peak of Pope Francis’s historic “Climate Change Encyclical,” soon to be released, complete with talking points for his upcoming address to the joint session of Congress. We’ll analyze them.

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Diocese of Allentown prepares for Pope Francis' visit and World Meeting of

lehighvalleylive.com: "And B, and perhaps more widespread, be part of the excitement of the chance to actually see the pope in person." An estimated 1.5 million people are expected to flood Philadelphia in Sunday, Sept. 27, for a public Mass celebrated by Pope Francis.

Pope Francis: The colourful one

Vatican Radio: Recently, Marcel Schreur and his family were at the Vatican in St. Peter' square. They attended Pope Francis' Wednesday audience. At the start of the audience, Schreur presented, to Vatican officials, three of his paintings meant as gifts for Pope Francis.

The Latest: Pope Francis Awaited in Ecuador on 3-Nation Trip

ABC News: Here are the latest developments from Pope Francis' trip to South America: ———. 10:50 a.m. CDT. When Ecuador's President Rafael Correa greets Pope Francis at Quito's airport this afternoon it will be the fourth time the two have met. Correa is a ...

Pope Francis appoints 2 new bishops for Cebu

Inquirer.net: CEBU CITY, Philippines—Pope Francis appointed two priests from Cebu City and Palo town in Leyte as auxiliary bishops of the Cebu Archdiocese. They are Msgr. Dennis Villarojo, secretary general of the 51st International Eucharistic Congress (IEC), and ...

Protests Roil Ecuador Ahead of Pope Francis' Visit

NBCNews.com: QUITO, Ecuador — On the eve of Pope Francis' arrival, Ecuador's President Rafael Correa lamented on Saturday "cowardly" anti-government protests which he said were intended to spoil the first leg of the pontiff's tour of his home region. Thousands of ...

Pope Francis' Visit to Latin America Will Test His Ability to Keep Catholics

New York Times: QUITO, Ecuador — Pope Francis has turned heads with bold stands on climate change and income inequality. He helped broker a historic thaw between the United States and Cuba. He has shaken up the stodgy brand of the Roman Catholic Church.

Pope Francis' visit to Andean nations puts leaders' environmental record under

Fox News Latino: Pope Francis is expected to raise concerns about the environmental costs of development next week when he meets with Bolivian President Evo Morales and his counterpart in Ecuador, Rafael Correa, on the first two stops of a three-country tour. Francis' ...

Pope Francis hints he may quit one day just like Benedict

Daily Mail: Pope Francis has hinted he may step down as the head of the Roman Catholic church some day after saying it should not have 'leaders for life' - comparing it a country under dictatorship. Francis, 78, has said before that he would be ready to resign ...

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Pope Francis visit puts pro-extraction politics of Andean leaders under

Fox News: Pope Francis is expected to raise concerns about the environmental costs of development next week when he meets with Bolivian President Evo Morales and his counterpart in Ecuador, Rafael Correa, on the first two stops of a three-country tour. Francis' ...

Pope Francis can expect warm welcome and tough questions in South America

The Guardian: Pope Francis is expected to be confronted by a host of thorny issues when he touches down in Quito, Ecuador on Sunday to begin a seven-day tour of South America, including a contentious case involving a 10-year-old rape victim in Paraguay who has been ...

3 ways Pope Francis is shaking up the church: politics, places and people

CNN: Vatican officials dismiss suggestions that Pope Francis has politics on the brain, or that his encyclical and upcoming trip to Bolivia, Ecuador and Paraguay form part of any master plan. But as spin doctors might say, the "optics" of the Pope's eight ...

Pope Francis To Highlight The Plight Of The Poor During Trip To Ecuador

Huffington Post: VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis is taking his "church for the poor" to three of South America's poorest and most peripheral countries, making a grueling, week-long trip that will showcase the pope at his unpredictable best: speaking his native ...

Pope to mark Armenia WW1 killings

Pope Francis is to mark the 100th anniversary of the mass killings of Armenians under Ottoman rule in WW1 at a church service in Rome.

Pope Francis is media moguls' dream interview

Everyone from BuzzFeed's Ben Smith to CBS News' Scott Pelley dream of interviewing the Pope.

Pope Francis is the holy grail of interviews for media moguls

What do BuzzFeed's Ben Smith, CBS News' Scott Pelley, and Vice's Shane Smith have in common? They all dream of interviewing Pope Francis. The Hollywood Reporter released its annual "35 Most Powerful ...

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Pope Francis says Catholic Church should not have 'leaders for life'

Telegraph.co.uk: In February 2013, the Pope's predecessor, Pope Benedict, became the first pontiff to resign in 600 years. • Arms manufacturers and investors can't call themselves Christian, says Pope Francis. In an interview with Mexican television last March, the ...

Pope says Church to return to basics in Holy Year proclamation

By Steve Scherer VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis on Saturday proclaimed an extraordinary Holy Year starting in December that he said will bring the Roman Catholic Church and its 1.2 billion followers back to basics, focusing them on the need to show mercy toward others. In a ceremony held at St. Peter's Basilica before the Holy Door, a massive bronze door decorated with panels depicting ...

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