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In Chile, Pope Francis calls for greater compassion toward immigrants

SANTIAGO, Chile - Pope Francis began the fourth day of his South American trip in northern Chile exhorting the faithful to be more tolerant of immigrants before flying on to Peru for the second leg of his journey, where his pastoral focus is expected to be on the environment and the rights of the indigenous.

He celebrated a Mass in Lobito Campus, a

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