When President Donald Trump visits Pope Francis on Wednesday, at the halfway point of a trip the White House has cast as a pilgrimage of peace, the two leaders will have a chance to reset an acrimonious public relationship.  Yet the two men, famously divided on the pope’s signature issues of migration and climate change, could struggle to find significant areas of agreement.  As of last week, representatives of the White House and the Vatican working on the agenda for the meeting

had found few common policy priorities, according to someone familiar with the preparations. Vatican meetings between pontiffs and heads of state are more stagecraft than hard-nosed politics. Wednesday’s meeting carries extra weight given the public sparring match last year, when the pope said Mr. Trump’s opposition to migration made him “not Christian,” and Mr. Trump shot back that questioning his faith was “disgraceful.” READ MORE