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(Pictured, Pope Francis) Antonio Socci writes: The arrival of Pope Francis to the Chair of Peter on March 13 is, even in his choice of name, the beginning of an evangelical "revolution" which is already stirring the people. (We will see this also in his upcoming trip to Brazil). It is certain that he will change the Vatican as we have come to know it over the centuries: from "a Renaissance court" (as Pope Bergoglio said) it will become the home of the humble, crucified King, who embraces - just like the Bernini colonnades - all of the misery in the world.
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