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What the First Hispanic Pope Could Mean for the Catholic Church

Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina is the first Pope elected from Latin America, home to roughly one-third of the world's Catholics.

Father Allan Deck of Loyola Marymount is the founder of the Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians of the United States and he tells Madeleine what we can expect from the new Hispanic Vicar of Christ, what his worldwide message will be, and how much of a conservative Pope Francis I might turn out to be.

Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio(Associated Photo Credit: Aibdescalzo/Wikimedia Commons/Creative Commons License)

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