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Pope will meet a more modern Mexico
When Pope Benedict XVI arrives in Mexico City, he will be face a rapidly changing religious landscape.
Last Modified: 23 Mar 2012 20:58

When Pope Benedict XVI arrives in Mexico, he will be greeted by a changing religious landscape in Latin America and the also the Mexican capital.

Mexico City residents have been struggling to reconcile their views on social issues such as abortion, same-sex marriage and divorce, with the church's long-held principles.

In fact, there is growing criticism of perceptions of clerical impositions by a growing number of Mexican Catholics.

Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Mexico City.

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