How to Really Measure the ‘Francis Effect’ / CNN

In some ways, the ‘Pope Francis effect’ doesn’t seem very effective at all. Despite the immense popularity the aged Argentine has won since his election last year, not a jot of doctrine has changed, nor has the Catholic Church swelled with American converts. But there’s more than one way to measure a pontiff’s influence on his far-flung flock …

“‘He’s sent us an invitation,’ says Mark Mullaney, president of Voice of the Faithful, a Boston-based reform group born in the wake of the sex abuse scandal. And now many of us are deciding whether to come to the party.'”

By Daniel Burke, CNN — Click here to read the rest of this story.

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  1. #1 by bensageek on April 2, 2014 - 2:59 AM

    what are they trying to do at the end of the day and leave behind?.

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