The first modern Pope from outside Europe is much more than the world celebrity he's become since arriving in Rome from Argentina in 2013. One biographer says he's not just a man, but a movement leader -- focused on shifting the cutting edge of Roman Catholic power. He's chosen new cardinals from Myanmar, Cape Verde and Tonga — not Milan, Madrid or Los Angeles — and he's publicly scolded the Vatican establishment. His focus on poverty has Rush Limbaugh labeling him a "Communist." What will it mean for Catholics in Europe, the US, and the developing world?
Pope Francis and Catholic Culture Shock
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