Pope Francis greets a child at the end of an audience to Parish groups promoting evangelization, in the Paul VI hall at the Vatican on Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015. Francis made a sweeping apology for the church’s sins and “crimes” against indigenous peoples during a visit to Bolivia in July, “humbly” begging forgiveness in the presence of Bolivia’s first-ever indigenous president and representatives of native groups from across South America, who wildly cheered the pope and said they accepted the apology.
Pope Francis greets a child at the end of an audience to Parish groups promoting evangelization, in the Paul VI hall at the Vatican on Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015. Francis made a sweeping apology for the church’s sins and “crimes” against indigenous peoples during a visit to Bolivia in July, “humbly” begging forgiveness in the presence of Bolivia’s first-ever indigenous president and representatives of native groups from across South America, who wildly cheered the pope and said they accepted the apology. Riccardo De Luca Associated Press
Pope Francis greets a child at the end of an audience to Parish groups promoting evangelization, in the Paul VI hall at the Vatican on Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015. Francis made a sweeping apology for the church’s sins and “crimes” against indigenous peoples during a visit to Bolivia in July, “humbly” begging forgiveness in the presence of Bolivia’s first-ever indigenous president and representatives of native groups from across South America, who wildly cheered the pope and said they accepted the apology. Riccardo De Luca Associated Press

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