Rome : Italy | Feb 28, 2013 at 5:09 AM PST
Source: The Boston Globe
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Australia's Cardinal George Pell, one of those who will be voting for the next pope, is speaking in Rome about Pope Benedict XVI's retirement: He was well aware that this was a break with tradition, slightly destabilizing. But he felt that because of his weakness and sickness, which was only too evident... FULL ARTICLE AT The Boston Globe
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