John Allen Jr.: The Man Who Picked the Pope

While the media focused on a select group of probable successors to Pope Benedict XVI, the Vatican expert for the National Catholic Reporter recalled the man who finished second in the balloting the last time a pope was chosen.

Pope Francis: A Prime Example of Jesuit Virtue

Argentine Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio is the first Jesuit to be elected Pope. If you don’t know what a Jesuit is, take a brief look at Bergoglio’s life, because he has made efforts to personify the order’s virtues: …

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