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July 22, 2013 6:09 PM

Some in Argentina remain dissatisfied with Pope’s response to ‘dirty war’

As Pope Francis visits Brazil this week, he’s being praised as a humble pontiff for the poor, just the person, the Vatican hopes, who can reinvigorate a Roman Catholic Church beset by scandals and secrecy in a land where the number of practicing Catholics has plummeted in recent years. But next door in his native Argentina, not all are impressed with the stories of his rejecting the stately Vatican quarters the pope traditionally has occupied, or the plush papal finery and luxury cars. “He is a good actor,” said Estela de la Cuadra, who’s 77.

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