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Getting to know Pope Francis

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Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio woke up Thursday morning as Pope Francis the first.

He strikes a number of firsts as the Pope; the first Jesuit to serve as Pope, the first Pope from the Americas and the first to take the name Francis.

So what other 'firsts' will there be under his administration.

John Corriveau is the Bishop for the Nelson and Okanagan Diocese and he joined Chris Walker again, this time to learn about church's new leader.

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