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The cardinals elected a new pope.
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The Klan charged that the pope was using parochial schools in his plot to take over America.
In comparison, 77 of the cardinals named by John Paul II during his 26 years as pope are still members of the College.
Everyone from former first ladies to the pope has expressed concerns.
In 2013, Pope Francis officially began his ministry as the 266th pope, receiving the ring symbolizing the papacy and a wool stole exemplifying his role as shepherd of his 1.2-billion strong flock during a Mass at the Vatican.
Then there was the ancient homeopath whose walls were thick with photos of the pope, and his table covered with bottles and boxes of remedies.
The pope invited Cruz and other victims of a Chilean predator priest to discuss their cases last month.
For comparison, Rihanna’s pope ensemble from the Met Gala took 750 hours to sew and hand-embroider, and a pink Dior gown took 1,000 hours to create.
The pope's clothes, or papal regalia, obviously carry loads of religious significance.
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: the head of the Roman Catholic Church
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