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Watch S+L's Exclusive Interview with Ambassador of Chile to the Holy See

January 9, 2018
S+L's Matteo Ciofi interviews the Ambassador of Chile to the Holy See, Mr. Francisco Mariano Fernández Amunátegui, about Pope Francis' upcoming visit. He talks about the expectations, preparations, and important events that will take place during Pope Francis' stay in Chile. The Pope's Apostolic Journey to Peru and Chile will begin on January 15, and end on January 21, 2018.
The interview was filmed at the Embassy of Chile to the Holy See, Piazza della Città Leonina, 00193, Rome, Italy, on January 3rd.
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