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Four Corners: The Pope's Revolution
The Pope's Revolution
ABC  |  June 2, 2014
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His first public utterance as the newly elected Pope was the simple greeting, "Buona sera - good evening". He refused to live in the luxurious quarters used by his predecessors, he washed the feet of young wrongdoers including two Muslim women and he wouldn't denounce homosexuality. But can Pope Francis move beyond words and symbolism to reform the Catholic Church in a meaningful way?

His first public utterance as the newly elected Pope was the simple greeting, "Buona sera - good evening". He refused to live in the luxurious quarters used by his predecessors, he washed the feet of young wrongdoers including two Muslim women and he wouldn't denounce homosexuality. But can Pope Francis move beyond words and symbolism to reform the Catholic Church in a meaningful way?

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