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26.11.2013

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Pope Francis has condemned the worship of money in a strongly worded document setting out his leadership platform. The Pope has urged politicians to attack the root causes of inequality by providing work, health care and education to all citizens. He's also written that he's open to suggestions about how his own role could change as part of a renewal of the Catholic Church. Source: abc.net.au

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