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Pope Francis’ Jubilee Year of Mercy is winding down

The Jubilee Year of Mercy declared by Pope Francis will end in a Mass on 20 NOV 2016 when Francis will elevate a number of men who he has approved to become cardinals. During this past year, Francis has taken one Friday each month to meet with a specific group of people in a jubilee celebration. Yesterday he met with over 6 thousand homeless folks at the Vatican in Paul VI Hall and asked them to forgive him.

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