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Filipino prelate: New pope will reduce secularism

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Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Tagle gestures as he talks to reporters at Manila’s International Airport, Philippines on Thursday March 21, 2013. Three Philippine cardinals, including Tagle, who witnessed the installation of the Argentine pontiff, Pope Francis, returned home last March 21 and heaped praise on the pope’s down-to-earth ways. The Philippines’ top Roman Catholic leader said Pope Francis’ acts of reaching out to the masses will strengthen a church endangered by secularism.  AP photoMANILA—The Philippines’ top Roman Catholic leader says Pope Francis’ acts of reaching out to the masses will strengthen a church endangered by secularism.

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