Pope Francis Receives Warm Welcome in South Korea

The pontiff visits South Korea, whose population of Catholics is growing.
1:26 | 08/16/14

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I'm Jim each show -- bill. At that there had not yelled Matt Powell rented Fiat 544. Korean martyrs that it honoring -- instead. With -- let in the Catholic Church. 101000 were persecuted about the nineteenth century. 11% -- the -- population are Catholic and the numbers have been growing -- likely to get another thing he would. -- -- that people the media have never been enthusiastic. Over any religiously. He -- moment people. Who likes to -- -- And they'll always has -- -- I think it's -- Did -- thorough reading a tiny Korean made -- thinking that training -- a helicopter provided by the president. -- effort to speak English for the first time in public. To communicate with the people that. Peace can be -- Who quiet and weeks. And I -- Drug -- done by human trafficking nation. Think that's heated seats. And displays hopefuls. All have touched the heart of even non Catholic. The Pope will continue his -- for -- two day visit the war and also holding a Mac or PMV conciliation. On the Korean Peninsula. Do you -- 88 Seoul South Korea.

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