On Tuesday, Pope Francis sent a message to U.S. church leaders that praised the contributions of Latino Catholics. This comes on the day the bishops put a Mexican-born archbishop in line to be their leader and a week after Donald Trump was elected president. Francis said that the U.S. church has welcomed immigrants throughout its history and the “rich variety of their languages and cultural traditions” had enhanced the church and the country. He stated, “Our great challenge is to create a culture of encounter which encourages individuals and groups to share the richness of their traditions and experience; to break down walls and to build bridges.”
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