Christopher Kaczor

Loyola Marymount University

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Professor of Philosophy and Catholic Theology at Loyola Marymount University and author of several books on Catholicism, including The Seven Big Myths about the Catholic Church: Distinguishing Fact from Fiction about Catholicism

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Some 1.2 billion Roman Catholics now have a new pope, former Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio of Argentina, who now calls himself  Francis , after Saint Francis of Assissi.

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Some 1.2 billion Roman Catholics now have a new pope, former Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio of Argentina, who now calls himself Francis , after Saint Francis of Assissi.

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