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Catholics celebrate Pope Francis along with Easter this year

12:21 AM, Mar. 31, 2013
The Rev. William Menzel, a retired priest, celebrates Mass on Tuesday at St. Vincent de Paul Parish in Wisconsin Rapids.
The Rev. William Menzel, a retired priest, celebrates Mass on Tuesday at St. Vincent de Paul Parish in Wisconsin Rapids.

While Easter is a time of celebration for people of many faiths, a new pope is giving many Catholics extra reason to celebrate today.

The College of Cardinals elected Argentina's Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio to be the new leader of the church March 13, and he took the name Pope Francis, a signal to many of good things.

Having a new pope for Easter gives the church a fresh start, said Leah Becker, 14, of Wisconsin Rapids. ...

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