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Highlights: It's described as the Pope's most moving speech in Latin America
During his trip to Latin America, Pope Francis delivered one of his most moving speeches in Bolivia, as he was addressing popular movements of the Catholic Church. Among them were some of the most vulnerable members of society, who are often marginalized, not just in their communities, but in their countries.
"One may ask: What can I do, as collector of paper, old clothes or used metal, a recycler. What can I do before all these problems, if I barely make enough money to eat?”
It was one of the longest speeches the Pope gave during his eight day trip. The main message he highlighted over and over was that of hope.