As news about Pope Francis flooded the media, we asked some of our contributors—Mamiverse Moms—to share their take on the new pope. They are all Latina and live in different parts of the country and even the world. In fact, our first contributor shares her point of view straight from Argentina, home to Monseñor Bergoglio. Here is what they said. “Argentineans like to say that God is Argentinean and this time they are closer to the truth. Monseñor Jorge Bergoglio has been chosen as the new pope in Rome. He will be known in Argentina as Francisco I. Argentina is living a moment of pride and nationalism based on this news. Even Jews, Muslims and Atheists are happy to know Latin America is undergoing significant changes. Bergoglio is also a known “Anti-K,” (anti-Kirshner) that is, he’s in disagreement with the Fernandez-Kirshner administration. So all the Anti-Ks in this country are secretly happy, as the President will have to hear now from the Pope what she didn’t want to hear from Bergoglio when he was only a Cardinal.