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The Pope’s Cover Treatment Continues


One thing stands out on The New Yorker cover: The pope who can’t stop talking about “encounter“ would never be making snow angels by himself — and the people who are drawn to filling St. Peter’s Square to encounter him or ran up to his car in Rio would never leave him to be making them on his own. Where are the kids? 


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