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An Argentinean pope? Deacon Pedro shares Perspectives with two Argentinean guests

March 22, 2013
What does it mean to the universal church that we have an Argentinean pope? Deacon Pedro explores this question with two Argentineans: in the studio is Fr. Ervens Mengelle of the Institute of the Incarnate Word and via Skype from Buenos Aires is Valeria Vitale.
Send us your comments: What do you think it means for the Church to have a Latin American pope?
And for our Spanish-speaking viewers:
¿Qué opinan?

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