ROME – An air of anticipation filled Indigenous delegates as their long flight from Montreal landed in Rome early Sunday morning ahead of planned meetings with Pope FrancisThe huge crowd, it is practically not possible,.
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The 32 Indigenous delegates may have different expectations heading into their upcoming meetings with the head of the Roman Catholic Church but it’s clear they all feel it is an important moment in history.