Should we ignore this particular organized faith as it is and start from scratch, or fix the broken aspects of what could be a great thing? Also, are you disappointed that Cardinal O’Malley was not selected as the new Pope? Watch the video to see how your neighbors answered.
March 16, 2013 This past Wednesday, March 13th history was made, as the world got to see the new leader of the Roman Catholic Church – Pope Francis. The 76 year old Cardinal Jorge Mario […]
Boston Archbishop Cardinal Sean O’Malley appears to be relieved he wasn’t chosen to be pope by his fellow cardinals.
Sean Cardinal O’Malley, the Archbishop of Boston, is the happiest man on the planet today, because he’s not the new Pope.
The newly-elected Pope Francis will celebrate Mass Thursday with the cardinals who elected him, but he won’t meet with his predecessor just yet.
Pope Francis I is beginning the first day of his new life as the spiritual leader of the Roman Catholic Church.
Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio of Argentina has been elected as the 266th pope of the Roman Catholic Church.
The first vote was held around 2:40 p.m. Boston time and black smoke emerged from the Sistine Chapel chimney at the Vatican, signalling no pope has been chosen yet.
While Cardinal Sean is often applauded as a reformer after the sexual abuse crisis in Boston, SNAP put him on its “dirty dozen” list of possible popes, accusing him of withholding the names of some abusive priests.
Cardinals held their final meetings this morning. One hundred fifty two cardinals were present, 28 spoke.