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“They didn’t have Jesus to go to in the flesh as the disciples did, but yet Francis and Claire both seem to catch on to Jesus’s message far more easily. With them, it was a partnership with God, a meeting of the minds, the joining of the hearts, and a gift to all the generations to come after them.”
Next Friday, 12 FEB, Pope Francis is flying to Mexico City to begin a 6 day visit to Mexico. But on his plane is making about a 2 hour layover at the airport in Havana, Cuba. The Pope will meet in an historic face-to-face with the Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church, +Kirill.
This Friday, Pope Francis and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby will have their first face-to-face meeting since assuming their new leadership roles. They will meet
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