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Pope Francis tells priests to consider their own sins in Holy Thursday address

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The pontiff, looking strong after recent health problems, renewed his vows on Holy Thursday and reminded the priests assembled in St. Peter’s to look within and repent, “acknowledging with sorrow our duplicity, dishonesty and hypocrisy.”