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Friday, April 01, 2005

How Are Popes Chosen?

You can download two free lectures here from the Teaching Company. One is entitled, "How to Elect a Pope?' and the other is "Papal Elections: Then and Now." The lecturer is an expert in Medieval studies who teaches at Notre Dame University. I don't vouch for the content or opinions in these lectures. I just thought it might be interesting in light of the current pontiff's serious illness.

Meanwhile, I continue to pray for John Paul II. He has been a very significant figure in the 20th century and a key player in the unraveling of soviet communism. His pro-life writings have made a profound impact.

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