A Carmelite nun who helps transexuals out of prostitution in Argentina, Austrian families who welcome Middle Eastern refugees into their homes, a farm for young recovering drug addicts in Uruguay, volunteers who administer medicine in a Colombian maximum security prison, a Philippine hotel impresario who traded his hotels for homes that take in orphaned youth. How much are Catholics changing under Pope Francis? To what extent do they respond to his messages? How is Christians' social action changing in different parts of the world? Pope Francis' impetus promotes a Catholic Church “going out,” closer to those who live on the fringes of society throughout the world. Vaticanists from CNN, TVE and Televisa collaborate on this journey to discover the Catholic Church's social outreach.