Pope Francis named first Latino pontiff
The Roman Caholic church has a new leader. CNBC reports that Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio has been named pope. At 76 years old, he is the first Latino pope and he will go by the name Pope Francis.
During his time in the church, Pope Francis has established himself as being a deeply conservative priest. He is openly opposed to gay adoption and has called same sex marriage the work of the devil, labeling it a “destructive attack on God’s plan.”