Pope Francis sits down for a global exclusive interview with CBS Evening News anchor and managing editor Norah O'Donnell from the Vatican.

In this wide-ranging conversation, Francis speaks about the wars across the world, immigration, climate change, his vision for the Catholic Church and his legacy. Ahead of the Church's first World Children's Day, the Pontiff talks about children as hope for the future.

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Describing the Pope as "warm, engaging, thoughtful, and funny," Norah O'Donnell tweeted on X: "When 60 Minutes interviewed Pope Francis, he insisted on shaking everyone's hand in the room, including our entire crew."

Watch the interview here: