Francis Becomes First Latin American Pope

Taking the name Francis, after the saint who ministered to the poor, Argentine Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the first Latin American to lead the Catholic Church, has earned a reputation for living the simple, quiet life of his namesake. Bergoglio, 76, is the first Jesuit to become pope, and was the archbishop of Buenos Aires, where he has criticized Latin priests whom he calls "hypocrites" for refusing to baptize children born out of wedlock. RELATED: Pope Asks World to 'Pray for Me' He...Full Story
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