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Cardinal Burke: College of Cardinals ‘in a very bad way’

October 22, 2018

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CWN Editor's Note: The College of Cardinals is “in a very bad way” because its members are not well acquainted with each other, Cardinal Raymond Burke told an Australian audience. The College of Cardinals has not been convened by Pope Francis in four years, so members have not had opportunities for discussion. Cardinal Burke believes that when the time comes to elect a new Pontiff, because of this unfamiliarity, “it will be hard to vote.”

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  • Posted by: Retired01 - Oct. 25, 2018 11:12 AM ET USA

    Perhaps that is part of Pope Francis' agenda. That way the Galen Mafia can sell the cardinals the Brooklyn Bridge when they vote for the next pope. But wait, did not the Galen Mafia do that in 2013?