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Catholics hope pope inspires volunteerism

New leader advocates for world's poor

11:08 PM, Mar. 17, 2013
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Carlene Martens makes her own laundry detergent, uses cloth diapers and grows her own backyard vegetable garden.

The 28-year-old New Franken mother-of-five hopes the new Pope Francis can influence more people to live within their budget and help others.

"We have a very humble man as a pope who is very much concerned with helping people, especially the ones who are considered lowly by the world," she said just after a Sunday morning Mass, which focused on giving thanks to the new pope. The 70-minute service was held at St. Francis Xavier Cathedral in downtown Green Bay. An estimated 450 people ...

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