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Published on Feb 16, 2013
http://en.romereports.com Cardinal Barragan took part in the conclave that elected Benedict XVI. It was April 2005. He says the Pope was very calm when he accepted, just like now that he has resigned. Since Barragan is 80, he won't be in the Sistine Chapel this time, but he says what the Church needs is quite clear. .
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