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Pope Francis is in Canada this morning for what he’s called a week-long “trip of penance,” where the pontiff is expected to apologize on behalf of the Catholic Church for abuse suffered by indigenous children at mostly church-run schools. NBC News’ Jay Gray explains why the timing of the pope’s trip is significant and how indigenous leaders are reacting to the papal visit.