It has been seven months since the Archbishop of Buenos Aires, Jorge Mario Bergoglio was chosen as the new leader of the Roman Catholic Church.
He took the name Francis. And since then, the Argentinean pontiff has caught the world's attention, ruffling more than a few conservative feathers with his words on abortion and gay rights, attempts to reform the way the Vatican runs, and how the Catholic Church connects with the people.
We wondered how much impact Pope Francis is having on Catholics in Michigan, and how he’s seen by members of other religions.
We began the conversation with Dave Willey, the Rome correspondent for the BBC.
Then, we hear from Jesuit priest Father Karl Kiser, and Baptist minister Ural Hill.