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He cannot afford to procrastinate, in my considered view as an international lawyer.
If he fails now , he also will likely be compelled to resign like his predecessor, ex-Pope Benedict, ignominousily had to.
Jerry Slevin The optimistic hopes of many Catholics about the upcoming meetings next week of Pope Francis and his eight man Cardinals’ reform committee are beginning to fade.
Various new Vatican reports, leaks, etc., are playing down the meetings as very preliminary, only advisory and mostly secret. Pope Francis has little time left to reform the Catholic Church.
He sent me detailed recollections, facts, figures, war-related and cultural triva of that time in American life, and even photos of his early life and his time on the battleship, USS North Carolina.
) Note: Lloyd and I communicated by email for several months prior to his arrival.
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