Coverboy Pontiff: Pope Francis, A Year In Magazines

It has been one year since Pope Francis was elected to the head of the Catholic Chuch. It was virtually instant stardom for the Argentine-born Pope, and magazines around the world couldn't get enough of the supremely humble 266th pontiff.

UNITED STATES

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ARGENTINA:

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BRAZIL:

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ITALY:

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POLAND:

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PORTUGAL:

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GREAT BRITAIN/IRELAND:


FRANCE:

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GERMANY:


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GREECE:


NIGERIA:


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