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(Irish Central)   And the next most powerful man in the world is ... Cardinal Timothy Dolan from New York. Nuff said   (irishcentral.com) divider line 194
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2013-02-11 11:30:54 AM  
Yeah. That'll happen in a predominantly anti-American climate such as Europe. It's about as likely as a Nazi becoming pope. And that'll never happen either, right?
 
2013-02-11 11:39:18 AM  
Nope, it's going to be a black pope. I'm calling it now. Someone from Africa.
 
2013-02-11 11:43:51 AM  

nekom: Nope, it's going to be a black pope. I'm calling it now. Someone from Africa.


i wonder how that will play in new york and boston.
 
2013-02-11 11:46:30 AM  

FlashHarry: nekom: Nope, it's going to be a black pope. I'm calling it now. Someone from Africa.

i wonder how that will play in new york and boston.


I don't know, but that was something they were REALLY talking about last time, after JP2 died. They wound up going with a pretty bland and generic choice, many thought the decision was largely based on the fact that he wouldn't be pope too long. Maybe now they'll try their hip new pope strategy.

/or South American, maybe
 
2013-02-11 11:56:23 AM  

nekom: Nope, it's going to be a black pope. I'm calling it now. Someone from Africa.


Perhaps someone from Kenya...
 
2013-02-11 11:56:40 AM  

nekom: Nope, it's going to be a black pope. I'm calling it now. Someone from Africa.


Imma goin' Italian.  I use up alla my English!
 
2013-02-11 11:58:19 AM  
Seriously though no one really knows.  The old saying is "Go in the conclave a Pope; come out a cardinal."
 
2013-02-11 11:59:24 AM  
They're betting on who will be the next Pope.  Actual odds and everything.

And me with no bookie nearby. :/
 
2013-02-11 11:59:46 AM  
Dolan should be on trial for child abuse.
 
2013-02-11 12:00:17 PM  

nekom: I don't know, but that was something they were REALLY talking about last time, after JP2 died. They wound up going with a pretty bland and generic choice, many thought the decision was largely based on the fact that he wouldn't be pope too long. Maybe now they'll try their hip new pope strategy.


could be. though, from what i understand, an african or south american pope is likely to be a conservative. if the church is to grow, it likely needs a liberal reformer.
 
2013-02-11 12:00:41 PM  
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2013-02-11 12:02:40 PM  
He's the Nicholas Breakspear of his time.

/don't you dare tell me that isn't obscure
 
2013-02-11 12:07:27 PM  

xanadian: They're betting on who will be the next Pope. Actual odds and everything.


Which makes me wonder if Benny timed it so that a certain Cardinal (or Cardinals)  would still be eligible to vote in March before they turned 80.
 
2013-02-11 12:08:22 PM  

nekom: Nope, it's going to be a black pope. I'm calling it now. Someone from Africa.


I really don't see the cardinals doing that.  I can't imagine any of the European or North American popes voting for an African pope.  The voting still is biased towards Europe and NA despite populations if memory serves.
 
2013-02-11 12:12:46 PM  

FlashHarry: nekom: Nope, it's going to be a black pope. I'm calling it now. Someone from Africa.

i wonder how that will play in new york and boston.


x1d.xanga.com 

"WE DON'T NEED ROME TELLING US WHAT TO DO IN AMERICA!"

/fignuts.
 
2013-02-11 12:19:34 PM  

Barfmaker: nekom: Nope, it's going to be a black pope. I'm calling it now. Someone from Africa.

Perhaps someone from Kenya...


WHAR BAPTISM CERTIFICATE? WHAR?
 
2013-02-11 12:25:09 PM  
Here's your list of electors (Cardinals under the age of 80):

Cardinals of the Order of Bishops

Titular Bishops of Seven Suburbicarian Sees
• Giovanni Battista Re (Italy) - born 30 January 1934 - Prefect Emeritus of the Congregation for Bishops, Cardinal 21 February 2001, Cardinal Bishop of Sabina-Poggio Mirteto since October 2002
• Tarcisio Bertone (Italy) - born 2 December 1934 - Cardinal Secretary of State and Camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church, Cardinal 21 October 2003, Cardinal Bishop of Frascati since May 2008
Patriarchs of Eastern Catholic Churches
• Antonios Naguib (Egypt) - born 7 March 1935 - Patriarch Emeritus of Alexandria (Coptic Catholic Church), Cardinal 20 November 2010
• Bechara Boutros al-Rahi (Lebanon) - born 25 February 1940 - Patriarch of Antioch (Maronite Catholic Church), Cardinal 24 November 2012

Cardinals of the Order of Priests

Appointed by Pope Paul VI - None

Appointed by Pope John Paul II

Consistory of 2 February 1983
• Godfried Danneels (Belgium) - born 5 June 1933 - Archbishop Emeritus of Mechelen-Brussels
• Joachim Meisner (Germany) - born 25 December 1933 - Archbishop of Cologne
Consistory of 28 June 1991
• Nicolás de Jesús López Rodríguez (Dominican Republic) - born 31 October 1936 - Archbishop of Santo Domingo
• Roger Mahony (United States) - born 27 February 1936 - Archbishop Emeritus of Los Angeles
Consistory of 26 November 1994
• Julius Riyadi Darmaatmadja (Indonesia) - born 20 December 1934 - Archbishop Emeritus of Jakarta
• Jaime Lucas Ortega y Alamino (Cuba) - born 18 October 1936 - Archbishop of San Cristóbal de la Habana
• Jean-Claude Turcotte (Canada) - born 26 June 1936 - Archbishop Emeritus of Montreal
• Vinko Puljić (Bosnia and Herzegovina) - born 8 September 1945 - Archbishop of Vrhbosna (Sarajevo)
• Juan Sandoval Íñiguez (Mexico) - born 28 March 1933 - Archbishop Emeritus of Guadalajara
Consistory of 21 February 1998
• Antonio María Rouco Varela (Spain) - born 24 August 1936 - Archbishop of Madrid
• Dionigi Tettamanzi (Italy) - born 14 March 1934 - Archbishop Emeritus of Milan
• Polycarp Pengo (Tanzania) - born 5 August 1944 - Archbishop of Dar-es-Salaam
• Christoph Schönborn; OP (Austria) - born 22 January 1945 - Archbishop of Vienna
• Norberto Rivera Carrera (Mexico) - born 6 June 1942 - Archbishop of Mexico
• Francis Eugene George (United States) - born 16 January 1937 - Archbishop of Chicago
Consistory of 21 February 2001
• Zenon Grocholewski (Poland) - born 11 October 1939 - Prefect of the Congregation for Catholic Education
• Crescenzio Sepe (Italy) - born 2 June 1943 - Archbishop of Naples
• Walter Kasper (Germany) - born 5 March 1933 - President Emeritus of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity
• Ivan Dias (India) - born 14 April 1936 - Prefect Emeritus of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples
• Geraldo Majella Agnelo (Brazil) - born 19 October 1933 - Archbishop Emeritus of São Salvador da Bahia
• Audrys Juozas Bačkis (Lithuania) - born 1 February 1937 - Archbishop of Vilnius
• Francisco Javier Errázuriz Ossa (Chile) - born 5 September 1933 - Archbishop Emeritus of Santiago de Chile
• Julio Terrazas Sandoval (Bolivia) - born 7 March 1936 - Archbishop of Santa Cruz de la Sierra
• Wilfrid Fox Napier (South Africa) - born 8 March 1941 - Archbishop of Durban
• Oscar Andrés Rodríguez Maradiaga; SDB (Honduras) - born 29 December 1942 - Archbishop of Tegucigalpa
• Juan Luis Cipriani Thorne (Peru) - born 28 December 1943 - Archbishop of Lima
• Cláudio Hummes (Brazil) - born 8 August 1934 - Prefect Emeritus of the Congregation for the Clergy
• Jorge Mario Bergoglio; SJ (Argentina) - born 17 December 1936 - Archbishop of Buenos Aires
• José IV Policarpo (Portugal) - born 26 February 1936 - Patriarch of Lisbon
• Severino Poletto (Italy) - born 18 March 1933 - Archbishop Emeritus of Turin
• Lubomyr Husar (Ukraine) - born 26 February 1933 - Major Archbishop Emeritus of Kyiv-Halych (Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church)
• Karl Lehmann (Germany) - born 16 May 1936 - Bishop of Mainz
Consistory of 21 October 2003[8]
• Angelo Scola (Italy) - born 7 November 1941 - Archbishop of Milan
• Anthony Olubumni Okogie (Nigeria) - born 16 June 1936 - Archbishop Emeritus of Lagos
• Gabriel Zubeir Wako (Sudan) - born 27 February 1939 - Archbishop of Khartoum
• Carlos Amigo Vallejo (Spain) - born 23 August 1934 - Archbishop Emeritus of Seville
• Justin Francis Rigali (United States) - born 19 April 1935 - Archbishop Emeritus of Philadelphia
• Keith Michael Patrick O'Brien (Scotland) - born 17 March 1938 - Archbishop of Saint Andrews and Edinburgh
• Ennio Antonelli (Italy) - born 18 November 1936 - President Emeritus of the Pontifical Council for the Family
• Peter Kodwo Appiah Turkson (Ghana) - born 11 October 1948 - President of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace
• Telesphore Placidus Toppo (India) - born 13 October 1939 - Archbishop of Ranchi
• George Pell (Australia) - born 8 April 1941 - Archbishop of Sydney
• Josip Bozanić (Croatia) - born 20 March 1949 - Archbishop of Zagreb
• Jean-Baptiste Phạm Minh Mẫn (Vietnam) - born 5 March 1934[9] - Archbishop of Ho Chi Minh City
• Philippe Barbarin (France) - born 17 October 1950 - Archbishop of Lyon
• Péter Erdő (Hungary) - born 25 June 1952 - Archbishop of Esztergom-Budapest
• Marc Ouellet (Canada) - born 8 June 1944 - Prefect of the Congregation for Bishops

Appointed by Pope Benedict XVI

Consistory of 24 March 2006
• Agostino Vallini (Italy) - born 17 April 1940 - Vicar General for the Diocese of Rome
• Jorge Urosa (Venezuela) - born 28 August 1942 - Archbishop of Caracas
• Gaudencio Borbon Rosales* (Philippines) - born 10 August 1932 - Archbishop Emeritus of Manila
• Jean-Pierre Ricard (France) - born 25 September 1944 - Archbishop of Bordeaux
• Antonio Cañizares Llovera (Spain) - born 15 October 1945 - Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments
• Seán Patrick O'Malley (United States) - born 29 June 1944 - Archbishop of Boston
• Stanisław Dziwisz (Poland) - born 27 April 1939 - Archbishop of Kraków
• Carlo Caffarra (Italy) - born 1 June 1938 - Archbishop of Bologna

Consistory of 24 November 2007
• Seán Brady (Ireland) - born 16 August 1939 - Archbishop of Armagh
• Lluís Martínez Sistach (Spain) - born 29 April 1937 - Archbishop of Barcelona
• André Armand Vingt-Trois (France) - born 7 November 1942 - Archbishop of Paris
• Angelo Bagnasco (Italy) - born 14 January 1943 - Archbishop of Genoa
• Théodore-Adrien Sarr (Senegal) - born 28 November 1936 - Archbishop of Dakar
• Oswald Gracias (India) - born 24 December 1944 - Archbishop of Bombay
• Francisco Robles Ortega (Mexico) - born 2 March 1949 - Archbishop of Guadalajara
• Daniel DiNardo (United States) - born 23 May 1949 - Archbishop of Galveston-Houston
• Odilo Pedro Scherer (Brazil) - born 21 September 1949 - Archbishop of São Paulo
• John Njue (Kenya) - born 1944 - Archbishop of Nairobi

Consistory of 20 November 2010
• Raúl Eduardo Vela Chiriboga (Ecuador) - born 1 January 1934 - Archbishop Emeritus of Quito
• Laurent Monsengwo Pasinya (Democratic Republic of the Congo) - born 7 October 1939 - Archbishop of Kinshasa
• Paolo Romeo (Italy) - born 20 February 1938 - Archbishop of Palermo
• Donald William Wuerl (United States) - born 12 November 1940 - Archbishop of Washington
• Raymundo Damasceno Assis (Brazil) - born 15 February 1937 - Archbishop of Aparecida
• Kazimierz Nycz (Poland) - born 1 February 1950 - Archbishop of Warsaw
• Patabendige Don Albert Malcolm Ranjith (Sri Lanka) - born 15 November 1947 - Archbishop of Colombo
• Reinhard Marx (Germany) - born 21 September 1953 - Archbishop of Munich and Freising
Consistory of 18 February 2012
• George Alencherry (India) - born 19 April 1945 - Major Archbishop of Ernakulam-Angamaly (Syro-Malabar Catholic Church)
• Thomas Christopher Collins (Canada) - born 16 January 1947 - Archbishop of Toronto
• Dominik Duka; OP (Czech Republic) - born 26 April 1943 - Archbishop of Prague
• Willem Jacobus Eijk (Netherlands) - born 22 June 1953 - Archbishop of Utrecht
• Giuseppe Betori (Italy) - born 25 February 1947 - Archbishop of Florence
• Timothy M. Dolan (United States) - born 6 February 1950 - Archbishop of New York
• Rainer Maria Woelki (Germany) - born 18 August 1956 - Archbishop of Berlin
• John Tong Hon (Hong Kong) - born 31 July 1939 - Bishop of Hong Kong

Consistory of 24 November 2012
• Baselios Cleemis (India) - born 15 June 1959 - Major Archbishop of Trivandrum (Syro-Malankara Catholic Church)
• John Onaiyekan (Nigeria) - born 29 January 1944 - Archbishop of Abuja
• Rubén Salazar Gómez (Colombia) - born 22 September 1942 - Archbishop of Bogotá
• Luis Antonio Tagle (Philippines) - born 21 June 1957 - Archbishop of Manila

Cardinals of the Order of Deacons

Appointed by Pope John Paul II

Consistory of 21 October 2003

• Jean-Louis Tauran (France) - born 3 April 1943 - President of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, Cardinal Protodeacon since February 2011
• Attilio Nicora (Italy) - born 16 March 1937 - President of the Financial Information Authority
Appointed by Pope Benedict XVI

Consistory of 24 March 2006
• William Joseph Levada (United States) - born 15 June 1936 - Prefect Emeritus of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith
• Franc Rodé (Slovenia) - born 23 September 1934 - Prefect Emeritus of the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life
Consistory of 24 November 2007
• Leonardo Sandri (Argentina) - born 18 November 1943 - Prefect of the Congregation for the Oriental Churches
• Giovanni Lajolo (Italy) - born 3 January 1935 - President Emeritus of the Governorate of Vatican City State
• Paul Josef Cordes (Germany) - born 5 September 1934 - President Emeritus of the Pontifical Council Cor Unum
• Angelo Comastri (Italy) - born 17 September 1943 - Archpriest of St. Peter's Basilica, Vicar General for the Vatican City State, and President of the Fabric of St. Peter
• Stanisław Ryłko (Poland) - born 4 July 1945 - President of the Pontifical Council for the Laity

Consistory of 20 November 2010
• Angelo Amato (Italy) - born 8 June 1938 - Prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints
• Robert Sarah (Guinea) - born 15 June 1945 - President of the Pontifical Council Cor Unum
• Francesco Monterisi (Italy) - born 28 May 1934 - Archpriest Emeritus of the Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls
• Raymond Leo Burke (United States) - born 30 June 1948 - Prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura
• Kurt Koch (Switzerland) - born 15 March 1950 - President of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity
• Paolo Sardi (Italy) - born 1 September 1934 - Patron of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta
• Mauro Piacenza (Italy) - born 15 September 1944 - Prefect of the Congregation for the Clergy
• Velasio de Paolis (Italy) - born 19 September 1935 - President Emeritus of the Prefecture for the Economic Affairs of the Holy See
• Gianfranco Ravasi (Italy) - born 18 October 1942 - President of the Pontifical Council for Culture
Consistory of 18 February 2012
• Fernando Filoni (Italy) - born 15 April 1946 - Prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples
• Manuel Monteiro de Castro (Portugal) - born 29 March 1938 - Major Penitentiary
• Santos Abril y Castelló (Spain) - born 21 September 1935 - Archpriest of the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore
• Antonio Maria Vegliò (Italy) - born 3 February 1938 - President of the Pontifical Council for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerants
• Giuseppe Bertello (Italy) - born 1 October 1942 - President of the Pontifical Commission for Vatican City State
• Francesco Coccopalmerio (Italy) - born 6 March 1938 - President of the Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts
• João Braz de Aviz (Brazil) - born 24 April 1947 - Prefect of the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life
• Edwin Frederick O'Brien (United States) - born 8 April 1939 - Grand Master of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem
• Domenico Calcagno (Italy) - born 3 February 1943 - President of the Administration of the Patrimony of the Apostolic See
• Giuseppe Versaldi (Italy) - born 30 July 1943 - President of the Prefecture for the Economic Affairs of the Holy See

Consistory of 24 November 2012
• James Michael Harvey (United States) - born 20 October 1949 - Archpriest of the Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls
 
2013-02-11 12:29:47 PM  
www.nndb.com

AWESOME!!!!
 
2013-02-11 12:29:54 PM  

Quasar: [i1.kym-cdn.com image 300x271]


Came for that.
 
2013-02-11 12:31:20 PM  
I can't believe Palpatine is stepping down.
 
2013-02-11 12:31:35 PM  

Barfmaker: nekom: Nope, it's going to be a black pope. I'm calling it now. Someone from Africa.

Perhaps someone from Kenya...


3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-02-11 12:33:03 PM  
Totally gotta be Dolan. The memes are even pre-made; it'll be better than Pope Palpatine.
 
2013-02-11 12:34:20 PM  
His hands are brown with boy sex cover ups, no American is ever going to be Pope.
 
2013-02-11 12:35:00 PM  

vernonFL: Dolan should be on trial for child abuse.


That's why he's considered a leading candidate for the position.
 
2013-02-11 12:35:11 PM  
I'm hoping for a Canadian Pope with robes made of Beaver Pelts.
 
2013-02-11 12:35:20 PM  

Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Here's your list of electors


Whoa, I haven't seen that many born in the 30s and 40s since my last car show.
 
2013-02-11 12:35:48 PM  
I've never thought of the Cardinals as the brightest group on the planet, but surely they wouldn't be dumb enough to put an asshole like Dolan in charge...

Right?
 
2013-02-11 12:35:58 PM  
Gooby pls
 
2013-02-11 12:36:09 PM  

FlashHarry: nekom: Nope, it's going to be a black pope. I'm calling it now. Someone from Africa.

i wonder how that will play in new york and boston.


They'll demand to see his birth certificate.
 
2013-02-11 12:36:15 PM  

Barfmaker: nekom: Nope, it's going to be a black pope. I'm calling it now. Someone from Africa.

Perhaps someone from Kenya...


Once upon a time Doc Goddard said "Is the Pope Muslim?" to imply the negative and I popped up with "Yes he is!" because we had been playing "Spawn a conspiracy theory" all semester.

So, my old joke conspiracy theory might become mainstream. And it might be fun to watch a whole generation of older Catholics die of aneurysms and strokes overnight.
 
2013-02-11 12:36:30 PM  
I'm calling it for Central or South America.  They can pick a conservative, which is in keeping with their recent history, but show some progressive thought by aiming a little darker.  Not BLACK darker, mind you.  Just a little tanner than the current Sith lord.
 
2013-02-11 12:36:43 PM  
Unfortunately, this guy took himself out of the running:
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2013-02-11 12:37:09 PM  

nekom: Nope, it's going to be a black pope. I'm calling it now. Someone from Africa.



obligatory "but you'll only be 3/5ths absolved of sin after Mass" joke
 
2013-02-11 12:37:21 PM  
I would nominate  The Reverend E.P. Nesbitt...

www.antitheistdaily.com
 
2013-02-11 12:37:35 PM  

HotWingConspiracy: His hands are brown with boy sex cover ups, no American is ever going to be Pope.


Yeah, the boy sex coverup has nothing to do with no American ever becoming pope.  The Europeans just won't allow it on principle alone.
 
2013-02-11 12:37:59 PM  

Millennium: Totally gotta be Dolan. The memes are even pre-made; it'll be better than Pope Palpatine.


So I don't know a whole lot about the catholic church and don't really follow much on it, but isn't he one of the people who was heavily involved in covering for sexually-abusive priests, or is that another guy?
 
2013-02-11 12:38:09 PM  

nekom: FlashHarry: nekom: Nope, it's going to be a black pope. I'm calling it now. Someone from Africa.

i wonder how that will play in new york and boston.

I don't know, but that was something they were REALLY talking about last time, after JP2 died. They wound up going with a pretty bland and generic choice, many thought the decision was largely based on the fact that he wouldn't be pope too long. Maybe now they'll try their hip new pope strategy.

/or South American, maybe


Yup. Like I was saying late in the other thread: The next pope will be from the southern hemisphere. I'd bet my first communion money on it. The Church has no more ground to gain in Europe or anywhere else in the West.
 
2013-02-11 12:38:15 PM  

Barfmaker: nekom: Nope, it's going to be a black pope. I'm calling it now. Someone from Africa.

Perhaps someone from Kenya...


Can a saint be a pope, or does it only work the other way 'round?
 
2013-02-11 12:38:27 PM  

GAT_00: nekom: Nope, it's going to be a black pope. I'm calling it now. Someone from Africa.

I really don't see the cardinals doing that.  I can't imagine any of the European or North American popes voting for an African pope.  The voting still is biased towards Europe and NA despite populations if memory serves.


and most living Americans just a few years ago would never have imagined a black POTUS in their lifetime either.
 
2013-02-11 12:38:43 PM  

Quasar: [i1.kym-cdn.com image 300x271]


Made this after the DNC and RNC.
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2013-02-11 12:38:46 PM  
Line them all up and whoever gets to the little boy first wins.
 
2013-02-11 12:39:09 PM  

ArgusRun: Not BLACK darker, mind you.



Italy will never let that happen.  they can't even have football matches without racial abuse at players ON THEIR OWN DAMN TEAM.

no way God's / the Holy Ghost's / Christ's emissary on Earth is a black dude.
 
2013-02-11 12:39:16 PM  

Quasar: [i1.kym-cdn.com image 300x271]



img.photobucket.com
 
2013-02-11 12:39:45 PM  
I'm thinking it will be an Italian, and he will be amazingly corrupt.
 
2013-02-11 12:39:53 PM  

timswar: I've never thought of the Cardinals as the brightest group on the planet, but surely they wouldn't be dumb enough to put an asshole like Dolan in charge...

Right?


Why is he an asshole? pls cite examples when laying such a charge on a holy man.
 
2013-02-11 12:39:56 PM  

Kurmudgeon: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Here's your list of electors

Whoa, I haven't seen that many born in the 30s and 40s since my last car show.


And that's just all the Electors.  There are plenty more Cardinals that were born in the '10s, '20s, & '30s that are just ineligible to vote (but who could still become Pope).
 
2013-02-11 12:40:21 PM  
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2013-02-11 12:40:29 PM  

xanadian: They're betting on who will be the next Pope.  Actual odds and everything.

And me with no bookie nearby. :/


The contenders in line for Pope

Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga (Honduras) +700
Francis Arinze (Nigeria) +1000
Angelo Scola (Venice) +600
Jorge Mario Bergoglio (Argentina) +900
Cristoph Von Schoenborn (Austria) +700
Tarcisio Bertone (Italy) +1000
Dionigi Tettamanzi (Italy) +1000
Claudio Hummes (Brazil) +1200
Francisco Javier Errazuriz (Chile) +1400
Karl Lehmann (Germany) +1600
Cardiani Ruini (Italy) +2000
Attilio Cardinal Nicora (Roman Curia) +2000
Norberto Rivera Carrera (Mexico) +2000
Wilfred Napier (South Africa) +2000
Jose Da Cruz Policar (Portugal) +2000
Jaime Lucas Ortega y Alamino (Cuba) +2000
Renato Martino (Italy) +2000
Ivan Dias (India) +2500
Angelo Sodano (Italy) +2500
Antonio Maria Rouco Var (Spain) +3000
Phillippe Barbarin (France) +3000
Giacomo Biffi (Italy) +4000
Cormac Murphy O'Connor (United Kingdom) +4000
Giovanni Battista Re (Italy) +4000
Godfried Danneels (Belgium) +4000
Geraldo Majella Agnelo (Brazil) +4000
Dario Castrillon Hoyos (Colombia) +3000
Walter Kasper (Germany) +5000
Lopez Rodriguez (Dominican Republic) +5000
Keith O Brien (Scotland) +5000
Jean Marie Lustiger (France) +5000
George Pell (Australia) +5000
Amigo Vallejo (Spain) +5000
Francis George (USA) +5000
Carlo Maria Matini (Italy) +3000
Silvano Piovanelli (Italy) +4000
 
2013-02-11 12:40:50 PM  
Why is it that when I see the word "papabile" in that story, I'm reading "pedophile"?
 
2013-02-11 12:40:52 PM  

walkerhound: Barfmaker: nekom: Nope, it's going to be a black pope. I'm calling it now. Someone from Africa.

Perhaps someone from Kenya...

Can a saint be a pope, or does it only work the other way 'round?


You gotta be dead to be a Saint.
 
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