The Papal Conclave And The Future Of The Catholic Church

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John Allen, senior correspondent, National Catholic Reporter
Jennifer DeSilva, assistant professor of history, Ball State University

More than 100 Cardinals from around the world started meeting Monday at the Vatican to begin the process of choosing a new pope. This comes after the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI. The Cardinals are tasked with choosing the man who could reshape the future of the Catholic Church.

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