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Vatican / New Pope / A Discussion #1040465

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 13, 2013
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(Rome: Anderson Cooper) The first words from new Pope Francis presented; scenes shown of his translated address to the crowd.

(Rome: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN Vatican analysts John Allen and Father Edward Beck about the new pope. [BECK - says there is hope for a shift in tone to emphasize the common people.] [ALLEN - talks about the issue of the church business management and whether Pope Francis will address this; notes the pope is a Jesuit so the experience will emphasize teamwork.]

(Rome: Anderson Cooper) This extraordinary day reviewed; scenes shown of the black smoke, the basilica at night, the white smoke, the ringing bells, Pope Francis on the balcony leading prayers and the reaction to a Latin American pope.

Cooper, Anderson

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