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Two Cheers for Pope Francis, So Far…

Francis seems to be holy and learned, but will he continue Benedict's "reform of the reform" of the liturgy?

Cardinal Dolan: Pope Francis returned by bus to the Domus Santa Marta with the cardinals.

The Cardinal calls Pope Francis "a man with his feet on the ground"

Cardinal Bergoglio in 2001: “Grace always comes first”

A speech Pope Francis gave as a Cardinal at the 2001 International Book Fair in Buenos Aires

Jorge Bergoglio has never been opposed to women in politics

Statements attributed to him are Internet hoaxes

Pope Francis asks Argentinians not to travel to Rome, to give the money to the poor instead

The Pope also thanked Argentinians for their prayers and support

Dispelling rumors of Jorge Bergoglio’s cooperation with the Argentine dictatorship

An Argentine Nobel Peace Prize recipient & the former Public Defender of Argentina attest to his innocence

Will “Francis” suffice? The Pope’s First Day of Work

The new Pope has already broken several precedents

Elite Eight in Pope Madness!

The battle becomes more intense as the Elite Eight is cut in half

Pope Francis and Leo Messi: Greatness in Humility

Both love soccer and reflect any glory on to God

Toward the Summer of the New Evangelization: Welcoming Pope Francis

Pope Francis could be exactly what George Weigel described the Church needed in his new book 'Evangelical Catholicism'

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