Pope Francis brought his message of hope to one of Rio de Janeiro's shantytowns today, on the fourth day of his trip to Brazil.
He said it was time for the rich of the world to do more to end the inequalities between the have and have-nots.
Later, thousands gathered on Rio de Janeiro's Copacabana beach ahead of the Pope's arrival.
ITV News' Brazil Correspondent Nick Ravenscroft reports.
Pope Francis drew an estimated three million faithful to Copacabana Beach to give one of the most important speeches of his pontificate.
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