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Skeptic Presents: An Interview with Pope Francis

In this video — the sixth in our witty and satirical “Skeptic Presents” series, Michael Shermer interviews Pope Francis.

If you missed our first five videos, check them out.

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Written and Produced by: Brian Keith Dalton, Michael Shermer, Pat Linse, Jennifer Shermer Directed, lensed, and edited by: Brian Keith Dalton. Executive Producers: David Cowan, Daniel Mendez, Jim Robinson. Starring: Michael Shermer, Brian Keith Dalton. Music by Final Cut Pro. Shot on a Canon C100.

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One response to “Skeptic Presents: An Interview with Pope Francis”

  1. Cathy says:

    Hit the nail on the head. I have admired him for some of his recent statements that seemed to portend a new direction for Catholicism. I have been equally disappointed to hear “disclaimers” from others close to the pope (this is what he really meant…) and the lack of any follow-through.

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