- Safi Bello
Pope Benedict, in retired seclusion, looms in the opposition to Pope Francis
The Washington Post --------- Ever since Pope Benedict XVI became the first pontiff in six centuries to abdicate the papacy, transitioning to a life of near seclusion in a Vatican City monastery, there have been questions about how the notion of two living popes would impact the Roman Catholic Church. The events of last week offer something of an answer. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.