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At the invitation of none other than Cool Pope Francis himself, Bernie Sanders will be taking a trip to the to speak at the Vatican just four days before the New York primary.

More specifically, Sanders will be speaking at the Church’s annual Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences conferences, where he’ll be discussing “an issue that is very dear to my heart, which is how we create a moral economy that works for all of the people rather than just the top one percent.” Oh good. Something new.

Sanders also plans to touch on the “planetary crisis of climate change,” which may or may not exist depending on whether or not you’re Ted Cruz.

It’s still unclear whether or not the presidential candidate will actually have an opportunity to meet the Pope. But Francis is notorious for being a bit of a Jew fanboy—Jesus Christ’s, specifically. In which case, noted Jew Bernie Sander’s chances look good.