Argentine photo exhibition shows future Pope Francis at work in Buenos Aires
Catholic World News - June 04, 2013
The Santa Catalina Monastery in Buenos Aires, Argentina, has opened an exhibit of photos showing Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio—the future Pope Francis—in his work as archbishop in the Argentine capital.
The collection of previously unreleased photos by Enrique Cangas will be on display through the month of June. Photograph Cangas said that the 25 images “show that Pope Francis' attitudes and gestures, which today are amazing the world and opening a period of hope for the whole Church, are a continuation of what he demonstrated in Buenos Aires.”
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