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Vatican / Next Pope #1043389

NBC Evening News for Monday, Mar 11, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Live shot shown from the Vatican, where the conclave to select a new pope begins tomorrow.

(Vatican: Anne Thompson) The contest for control of the Catholic Church examined; scenes shown of the cardinals, the stoves inside the Sistine Chapel and the vestments for the new pope; details given about the divide between the reformers and the old guard and about speculation over Italian Angelo Scola††, Canadian Marc Ouellet†† and Boston Archbishop Sean O'Malley††. [NBC Vatican analyst George WEIGEL†- says it’s a contest between institutional maintenance and full bore evangelism.] [O’MALLEY – leads a prayer.]

Williams, Brian;
Thompson, Anne

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