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The bishop of Brooklyn is defending immigrants in a powerful essay that—without mentioning names—seems to take direct aim at Donald Trump.

“The meeting is the message,” the pope said as he welcomed Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb.

Francis focuses attention on how Christianity's relationship to Europe begins in service, and asks challenging questions about how both Islam and Christianity can be misused for conquest.

"Education also engenders hope as it prepares refugees to meet future challenges."

It all began on Aug. 14, 1549, when St. Francis Xavier arrived and introduced Christianity.

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