Costa Rica's president meets with Pontiff
May 27, 2016
During a May 27 meeting with Costa Rica's President Luis Gillermo Solis Rivera, Pope Francis reportedly hinted at the possibility of a visit to the Central American country.
A brief Vatican announcement released after the meeting did not allude to talk of a papal journey. The Vatican said that the conversation revolved around the Church's contributions to the education and health care, the protection of human life, and social problems such as migration and drug trafficking.
- Protection for life, migration, drug trafficking and the Church's contribution to society: key themes in Pope's audience with president of Costa Rica (Vatican press office)
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