The nation of Argentina is predominantly Catholic---some 78% identify themselves as such, despite inroads by evangelical sects in the last few decades.
The country is obviously in the news now that we have a Pope from Argentina.
The government has a recent history of clashing with the Church, especially in the so-called "dirty war" of the 1990's when many opponents of the government simply vanished. This included priests as well as non-religious who opposed the military Junta. Through all this the faith remains strong.
The un-founded (and publicly refuted by many of those quoted) attacks on Pope Francis from the secular media will no doubt fall flat in this country where the real story is known.
Among the sites that we recommend are the following:
1. Laurentin, René. An Appeal from Mary in Argentina: The Apparitions of San Nicolás. Milford, OH: Edited and Published by Faith Pub., 1990. Print.