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Austen Ivereigh

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Co-founder of Catholic Voices, which trains people to put the Catholic Church's case in the media; author of The Great Reformer: Francis and the Making of a Radical Pope

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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.

Pope Francis and Catholic Culture Shock

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.

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