Not in a hurry?
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The cardinals said on Tuesday that they wanted time to know one another before choosing the next pope and meanwhile they would seek more information on the secret report on alleged corruption at the Vatican.

http://news.yahoo.com/cardinals-not-rush...23759.html
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#2
yeah I guess that having a Pope for the most important feast day of the year isn't important to them... :eyeroll:
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(03-06-2013, 02:01 AM)traditionalmom Wrote: yeah I guess that having a Pope for the most important feast day of the year isn't important to them... :eyeroll:

Why rush it? b16 could've waited a few weeks.
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#4
If, indeed, they want time to study the matter of the "vatileaks report", then I say take all the time they want.
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(03-06-2013, 03:01 AM)Burdensome1 Wrote: If, indeed, they want time to study the matter of the "vatileaks report", then I say take all the time they want.

Me, too. I pray that study it long and hard and nip the nonsense like a pack of pitbulls.
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#6
An excellent article on this issue at Vatican Insider today:  http://vaticaninsider.lastampa.it/en/inq...ave-22917/

The cardinals are very concerned to take their time and to learn about the results of the Vatileaks investigation.  Deo gratias!
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#7
If most Cardinals, if not all, are modernist heretics, material or otherwise, the question about corruption is of lesser importance.
The Pope should be theologically sound, have a strong will, and love Christ and His Church. Not much more should be asked of him.
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#8
All this talking to the press has gotten those cardinals in some kind of trouble because it appears that there won't be any more press conferences.

http://news.yahoo.com/americans-nix-conc...51337.html
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