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pope francis touching down in key to ecuador sunday on his first visit to spanish speaking latin america a homecoming of sorts to his native continent , kinda guy back slapping kind of guy who will come back to talk to us time he will ask people personal questions about their families , i spend a lot of time with us anna even before taking questions on the way out on the way back of course we have the now famous long press conferences where there are no holds barred and you can ask about anything you want so it is very very different , and his immediate predecessor , this is the pope's first trip abroad since his landmark people letter on saving the planet ecuador the perfect location to further his message the south american country is heavily reliant on oil and mining while boosting some of the world's greatest biodiversity another key theme will be , stemming from , environment , uh and connecting it with the poor basically the main theme is going to be remembered before do what you can do to help the poor and remember that we're all in this together on this planet pope francis will also visit bolivia where he's expected to strongly defend the rights of indigenous people landlocked paraguai will be his next and last stop , second most corrupt country in south america although all three countries on the trip are nearly ninety percent catholic identification with catholicism is declining throughout latin america according to a recent study by the pew research center making this trip particularly important for the church