Pope Francis allegedly met with embattled Rowan County court clerk Kim Davis during his recent visit to the United States, according to Davis’ attorney Mat Staver. Staver said the two had a brief, private meeting Thursday in Washington, D.C. Staver said the pope told Davis to “stand strong.” The attorney said the pope gave Davis and her husband rosaries that he blessed. The Vatican has not yet confirmed the meeting. CONTINUE WITH FULL STORY