Argentina's top envoy in Canada was taught by Pope Francis

'He was a great teacher, and very friendly, and very smart.'

Embassy Photo: Sam Garcia
José Nestor Ureta, chargé d'affaires of Argentina's embassy in Ottawa, pictured at Argentina's national day celebrations in 2010.
Carl Meyer
Published: Wednesday, 03/13/2013 7:50 pm EDT
Last Updated: Friday, 03/15/2013 12:25 pm EDT

When the head of Argentina’s embassy in Canada was 13 years old and in high school, one of his teachers was Jorge Mario Bergoglio—now known as Pope Francis.

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