The pope is dead, long live the pope - and I´m very sure it´s going to be Dionigi Tettamanzi, Milan´s archbishop or Carlo Maria Martini, who stepped down as archbishop in the same city.

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Blogger Grendel said ... 4/21/2005 06:19:00 PM

Following to Expatica, Carlo Maria Martini refused the honor and used his infuence to convince the progressive wing in the conclave to support cardinal Ratzinger. So I wasn't that far off...    



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