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Punchlines: Late-night comics joke about Pope Francis' comments on gay priests (video)

10:59 AM, Jul. 31, 2013
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Was it a change in church doctrine or a change in church tone? That was the question some were asking after Pope Francis stated that he would not judge gay priests. He made the statement after his trip to Brazil, during which 3 million people showed up for a mass by the pontiff.

The late-night comedians speculate on what exactly the pope meant when he said, "Who am I to judge." One said the pope should judge, after all his job description is: Wear a funny hat, judge ...

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