too eager response to ecclesiastical crisis

too eager response to ecclesiastical crisis

Wa hat went through Pope Benedict XVI's mind in early 2013 when he was thinking of retiring as a leader of the Catholic Church – the first pope to leave the Holy Show from Gregory XII in 1415? Anguish, guilt, clarity, relief?

And what went through the Argentine mind – Cardinal Bergoglio – would he accept, as he accepted the name of Pope Francis after Saint Francis Assisi, his place as a spiritual leader of about 1.3 billion faithful? Solution, unrest, anger? The sudden departure of Benedict, who was born in Bavarian, citing infirmity at the age of 85, left the world under siege and the church was releasing, but this spectacular event has not yet had a theater response .

Step forward …

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