The Washington Post
These are questions Pope Francis wants you to answer
How’d you like a little back and forth with Pope Francis? It’s not totally far-fetched.
Francis wowed even fans of his openness in October by asking bishops around the world to gather feedback from Catholics ahead of a major fall meeting on family issues including divorce, cohabitation and same-sex marriage. As the one-year anniversary of Francis’ election approaches on March 13, we’re putting some of his actual questions out there and want to hear from you.
You'll notice we're opening this up to more than just Catholics. We've worded Francis' questions to include others. We simply ask you to help provide context by telling us your faith tradition in the first question.
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