Cristian Marcelo Reynoso, center, poses inside his home with his children, Milagro, 5, left, Oriana, 3, bottom, and Nahuel, 10, right, in their home in the Villa 21-24 slum in Buenos Aires, Argentina,... more 
Cristian Marcelo Reynoso, center, poses inside his home with his children, Milagro, 5, left, Oriana, 3, bottom, and Nahuel, 10, right, in their home in the Villa 21-24 slum in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Thursday, March 14, 2013. At Villa 21-24, a slum so dangerous that most outsiders wouldn't dare go in, Jorge Mario Bergoglio often showed up unannounced to share laughs and sips of mate, the traditional Argentine herbal tea. Reynoso, 27, said their favorite soccer club, San Lorenzo, “was going through a bad streak the last time they talked, and he told me that even if it was losing you couldn't desert it ... It's like people. We all hit the bottom of the well, but you can always be rescued from the bottom.” Reynoso is trying to kick off an addiction to crack cocaine through the local church's rehab program. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Victor R. Caivano
Fri, Mar 15, 2013 2:47 AM EDT