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Pope Francis meets with bishops from Hungary

The pope met with the bishops of Hungary as a part of their ad limina visit in Rome.

Among the bishops was Cardinal Péter Erdő, one of the main organizers during the past Synod on the Family.

The Hungarian Church managed to reorganize after the fall of communism and faces new challenges, such as the reception of immigrants.

Of the 10 million inhabitants of this country, approximately six million are Catholic.