Watch: ‘Black Blues Brothers’ Liven Up Pope Francis’ Weekly Prayers

Watch: ‘black blues brothers’ liven up pope francis’ weekly prayers

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A group of Kenyan acrobatic performers called the “Black Blues Brothers” livened up Pope Francis’ weekly audience in St. Peter’s Square with a performance on Wednesday. Hundreds of worshippers gathered for prayers and blessings from the pope but instead they got a circus act.

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