Pope Francis Delights Crowds In Ecuador, Moves On To Boliva

Pope Francis Delights Crowds In Ecuador, Moves On To Boliva

By John Otis

The pope wrapped up the first leg of his South American mission which is focused on aiding the poor. Over the last 3 days, he was a crowd pleaser in Ecuador. He next visits Bolivia and then Paraguay.

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