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Oremus: A Prayer Request for the Papal Conclave

Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel

The ceiling of the Sistine Chapel

My latest guest post at The Pangea Blog on the Papal Conclave that began today.

Oremus: A Prayer Request for the Papal Conclave

Catholic or not, unless you’ve spent the last month on a deserted island cut off from all communication from the outside world, you know that Pope Benedict XVI resigned at the end of February, that the College of Cardinals has convened in Rome, and that today the cardinal electors (all cardinals under the age of 80) entered the Sistine Chapel and began the conclave that will choose his successor.

Benedict’s rare act of humility stands witness to an aspect of the papacy often overlooked.

Continued at The Pangea Blog

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