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(RNS) “Pope Francis has told me that he is coming,” Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput said Thursday before delivering a homily at a Mass in Fargo, N.D.

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  1. Such a visit would be superb, an immensely good counterpoint to all the political antics and other crude behavior that are displayed in Washington, in cities across this country, and along our southern border by those claiming to be good Christians but who act as inhumane bigots. They cannot be Christians because their god is filthy lucre.

    The whole world suffers more and more because of the evil control exerted by thugs whose god is money, nothing else. Add to that the fact that innumerable citizens of this country forget and/or ignore the fact that they would not be citizens of this land they claim to love if it were not for their immigrant ancestors, most of whom arrived here within the past 100-200 years.

    “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to be free…’ of despots and drugs and all the life-destroying poverty and crimes that are involved in the cultures from which they yearn to escape. Who can blame them? All our ancestors did the very same thing!

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