Pope Benedict XVI Issues ‘Motu Propio’ on Conclave

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Pope Benedict XVI has issued an apostolic letter published today, called a motu proprio (Latin for “on one’s own initiative”), that addresses some changes to the rules on the election of the Roman pontiff. The ‘Normas Nonnullas’ (‘Some Norms’) were explained to accredited journalists at the Vatican pressroom by t…

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H. Sergio Mora (82 Posts)


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