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Pope Francis

The two world leaders finally have that awkward sit-down.

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Donald Trump went on the defense after Pope Francis suggested the Republican presidential front-runner "is not Christian" because of his anti-immigrant proposals and rhetoric.

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Pope Francis dared the youth of Mexico to dream of a life without crime and violence as he concludes his five-day tour through the embattled country.

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Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump is criticizing Pope Francis as a "very political person" in light of the pontiff's plan to visit areas ravaged by the ongoing drug war and the border during his trip to Mexico.

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Pope Francis has been a rather unique bearer of his title. He is unafraid of going against the grain as he looks to reform the Roman Catholic Church.

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The advocacy group Children's Forum Oaxaca held a press conference on Jan. 26. in which they accused Mexico’s Catholic Church of trying to protect a priest who stands accused of abusing dozens of children.

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Mexican authorities are in the midst of preparing Pope Francis' February visit to the country, where the head of the Roman Catholic Church is expected to draw huge crowds and where thousands of police officers will be assigned to protect the 79-year-old pontiff.

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Latin America has been bombarded with a series of changes this 2015. From the highly-criticized leaders in Venezuela and Argentina to the indictment of Guatemala’s president as well as the longest-running armed conflict in the Southern Hemisphere.

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To commemorate Christmas Day, Argentine-born Pope Francis shared his "Feliz Navidad" message.

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Pope Francis’ historic visit to the U.S., including his address to Congress, appears to have resonated with Latino congressional lawmakers. Rep. Luis Gutierrez, D-Ill., introduced the Exchange Inclusion for a Healthy America Act, which provides people access to the Affordable Care Act, regardless of an individual's immigration status.

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Latin Post Gets Reaction from Latino Catholic Millennials and teens from a Jesuit High School to Pope Francis' Historic First Visit to the U.S.

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Following Pope Francis' message for cooperation and legislators to represent the people, Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard, D-Calif., announced the introduction of two bills providing improved treatment for immigrants.

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The 266th pope of the Holy See became the fifth pontiff to visit the United Nations on Friday morning and called for reforms. Pope Francis' speech comes as the U.N. celebrates its 70th anniversary, and he recognized the organization's advances in developing international law, humanitarian law, conflict resolutions and peacekeeping operations.

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Following Pope Francis’ historic address to a joint-meeting of Congress, Latino lawmakers are responding to his call to act on important issues.

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Millennialis are so tech-savvy and socially involved that they even use their smartphones and other mobile devices to enhance faith and inspirational experiences. Likewise, "plugged-in" Hispanics are expected to use tech and social media to document their experiences during Pope Francis' U.S. visit.

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A five-year-old girl breached security for the opportunity to personally deliver Pope Francis and important message about immigration, and she succeeded.

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