No doubt, even if you're not Cathlic, you've heard all the fuss about the Pope of the Catholic church deciding he needs to resign his position because of his advanced age and declining health. Several frontrunners have emerged, including the first black candidate: Cardinal Peter Turkson of Ghana.
Another high Catholic official, Cardinal Ferdinand Sicola of Spain has also thrown his hat into the ring, but I just can't believe the church will select him as Pope. Can't you just imagine the ridicule if they do?
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Re: The new Pope
Originally Posted by Rad
No doubt, even if you're not Cathlic, you've heard all the fuss about the Pope of the Catholic church deciding he needs to resign his position because of his advanced age and declining health.
Think about it.
until i saw this thread on the homepage i didnt know anything about it...
this is what happens when you really dont care about politics and religion
i havent cared about politics and religion for a while now and am pretty much worry free...what does it matter who the pope actually is, or the president for that matter, those are just the people to point the finger at when the ****s gets crazy...not like they can single handedly change something...
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