Leading expert on pope, Catholic Church to speak in Triad

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Few people have captivated an entire planet like Jorge Bergoglio.

You know him better as Pope Francis and the world should've had some idea of what was coming.  Father Bergoglio finished second to Joseph Ratzinger in the Papal election of 2005.

But, somehow, he seems to have taken much of the world -- at least those who aren't Catholic -- by surprise.

In this edition of the Buckley Report, hear from a man who knows as much about Francis, the Vatican and Catholic issues as anyone in America. Jason Berry tells us how Francis has the most difficult of challenges: Trying to reform a 2,000 year old institution that has become very adept at protecting its own.

You'll have a chance to hear this journalist speak at Wake Forest University, on April 2, 6:30 p.m. at Wake Forest University. That event is free and open to the public.

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