Sonia Sotomayor: Pope Francis a Breath of Fresh Air to Church

The Supreme Court’s first Hispanic justice reflects on Pope Francis.
1:24 | 06/22/14

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Back in 1965. Pope Paul the sixth came to the United States -- you -- you got chills reading a newspaper account that the Pope was coming. To America because you loved him so much it made me wonder what you think of this Pope Pope Francis. He's really bringing a breath of fresh -- that your action different thinking in different priorities for sound. I watched him on television. Hug someone whose body was to form term illness. I haven't seen that in a very long time that kinds of opened -- hearing about people. And that's not to suggest that other popes don't tap it and I'm sure -- -- many of them if not all of them have. But two people willing to demonstrated. -- -- Set something more. And that's important why aren't try to make my book more open and candid about my emotions. Because I wanted people to see the human -- you want to people who see the person who's making these decisions everyday folks. And to see that we are persons not just me but all of my house.

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