Non-Catholics share their support for Pope Francis
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People love him for who he is, not just his religious beliefs:
He eases the divide between religious and non-religious beings:
He inspires people from a variety of backgrounds with different beliefs and values:
He provides hope for those frustrated with certain aspects of the Catholic Church:
He may not inspire religious beliefs in everyone, but he certainly proves himself as a leader:
And perhaps he just might inspire religious beliefs in some:
He strips away exterior issues and brings focus back to important matters at hand:
He bridges the divide between religious values and human values:
Because he accepts others, others accept him:
He also weighs in on important social issues:
He knows that the key to strength and acceptance is an open mind:
In the end, it all comes down to love:
And allowing love of humankind to spread acceptance and perspective:
Because the world can be a happier, better place with a little extra acceptance:
Pope Francis doesn't fear change. He embraces it:
By doing so, he changes the perspectives of others:
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