Pope Francis celebrated
his installation mass in front of hundreds of thousands of people at the Vatican Tuesday morning.
The Pope signaled that
he wants a church whose first priority is the poor and disadvantaged.
This issue is also close
to the heart of Bishop Michael Bransfield, of the Diocese of
Wheeling-Charleston. Bishop Bransfield wrote his pastoral letter on poverty on
children here in West Virginia.
The Pope also spoke about the environment, another priority in the mountain state.
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