Neumann Univ. Prof: People Can Relate To Pope Francis

It’s been one year since Jorge Bergoglio became Pope Francis.

The new leader of the Roman Catholic has been in the spotlight for his way of relating to people of all religions.  

“He’s kindled excitement in people, both Catholics and non-Catholics.”

Neumann University Assistant Theology Professor, Dr John Kruse says, people understand Pope Francis’ message.

“He lives a very simple lifestyle. Many people see him living and following the teachings of Jesus and he has a great love for people.”

Kruse was a guest on the AM Edition Wednesday morning. Philadelphia and state officials spoke with Pope Francis in Rome Wednesday to try to convince him to attend the World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia in September of next year.

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