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Pope Francis Doubles Down on "Who Am I to Judge?"

In a sermon at the Domus, Pope Francis gave a deeper explanation of his now famous comment, "who am I to judge?" The question, he notes, tells us less about the person being or not being judged, than it does about us. This is the key thing most people missed back when he first said it. 

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