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The Pope’s guide to picking a president

Pope Francis gave advice on how to choose a president after U.S. Catholics expressed their concern about who to pick among the two candidates running for the White House. During a news conference on the plane returning from Azerbaijan on Sunday, Francis told Catholics to study, pray and then vote....
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