Pope Francis Visits Mexico (Part 1) | Link TV
Pope Francis Visits Mexico (Part 1)
Latin Pulse explores Pope Francis' fourth trip to Latin America this week. Most of his time will be be spent in Mexico, the country with the second biggest Catholic population in the world. The program reflects on the pope's efforts to put the global refugee crisis and the need to ease migration restrictions in front of policymakers in the hemisphere.
Hear host Rick Rockwell's interview with Andrew Chesnut of Virginia Commonwealth University for insight on the Pope's trip. Chesnut is the author of "Competitive Spirits: Latin America's New Religious Economy."
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