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and it better Monique in ethanol plant there pope Francis the first pontiff from the southern hemisphere is about to make history and it all begins Saturday in Cuba Reuters Vatican correspondent Filipina well I think if you want to personally experience the America the reality of both of these countries Cuba and also you , curiously enough one of the reasons very important kind of like caffeine in the Vatican , very very important diplomatic annnnd , Cuba that are back to normal relations after years and well I kind of like the last holdout dnmt or he's bringing along it characteristic message of reconciliation within the church care for the poor staunch opposition to climate change denial along with a tongue lashing for capitalism the latter topic lightly to ruffle feathers as he moves on to the U. S. next week , visits to the United Nations the White House and the first ever papal address to a joint session on Capitol Hill there are a couple of things that , June nd grade attention in particular looking forward to Congress how hard he will go on , downside of capitalism unbridled capitalism , it's incredible disparity of wealth in the United States between the very rich and the very very one going number homeless in United States is not going to clean up many conservatives in the United States with the religious conservatives political conservatives , with general ncrowd lead guy what he said in the past , he died but this pope has quickly risen to global fame not by rubbing shoulders with the political elite but by sympathizing with those struggling with me or with the hardships of everyday life , leaving plenty of opportunity , schedule to do that in person