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Pope Francis wrapped up a remarkable trip to Latin America on Monday, but he kept making news on his flight home. During a midair news conference, the pontiff said he does not "judge" gay priests and seeks a greater role for women in Catholic life. For more on the significance of the pope's comments, David Greene talks with the Rev. Thomas Reese, senior analyst for the National Catholic Reporter.
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