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Pope Signals Top Priority Poor and Disadvantaged

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The Pope signaled that he wants a church whose first priority is the poor and disadvantaged. The Pope signaled that he wants a church whose first priority is the poor and disadvantaged.

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.