VATICAN CITY (CNS) — A religious procession, a brainstorm session and a few glasses of wine led a group of residents gathered in a shantytown on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina, to come up with a plan to interview Pope Francis.It was a warm, Southern Hemisphere’s summer night in January when folks sitting in the church courtyard during a local feast day celebration felt inspired to consider “What if …?” according to a journalist living in Buenos Aires.”To tell the truth, a few glasses of wine were also involved, which, in the right amount, inspires bold ideas,” said Alver Metalli, who was also the mastermind behind the shantytown launching its own community newspaper in December.”An interview for a publication produced in a shantytown with questions formulated by the people who live there (seemed like) two good ideas that could lure the pope” into agreeing to do the interview, he wrote for the news site Vatican Insider March 10.The local parish priest, Father Jose Maria “Pepe” di Paola, collated inquiries from hundreds of children and young adults and boiled them down to about a dozen questions, Metalli said. He said when the priest visited the pope at his Vatican residence Feb. 7, he handed the written questions to the pope, who — to the priest’s sur

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