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POPE/
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March 05, 2014
Cardinal Jozef Tomko (L) and Cardinal Francis Arinze (R) arrive at the Santa Sabina Basilica for an Ash...
Rome, Italy
Cardinal Tomko and Cardinal Arinze arrive at the Santa Sabina Basilica for an Ash Wednesday mass celebrated...
Cardinal Jozef Tomko (L) and Cardinal Francis Arinze (R) arrive at the Santa Sabina Basilica for an Ash Wednesday mass celebrated by Pope Francis at the Santa Sabina Basilica in Rome March 5, 2014. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (VATICAN - Tags: RELIGION)
POPE-SUCCESSION/
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March 08, 2013
Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria waves at nuns as he arrives for a meeting at the Synod Hall at the...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria waves at nuns as he arrives for a meeting at the Synod Hall at the...
Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria waves at nuns as he arrives for a meeting at the Synod Hall at the Vatican, March 8, 2013. The Vatican struggled on Thursday to contain leaks from its closed-door preparations for the next papal election, highlighting a gap between the Catholic Church's traditional secrecy and the 24/7 information age.REUTERS/Max Rossi (VATICAN - Tags: RELIGION)
POPE-SUCCESSION/
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March 07, 2013
Vietnamese Cardinal Jean-Baptiste Pham Minh Man (L) embraces Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria as they...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Vietnamese Cardinal Pham Minh Man embraces Cardinal Arinze of Nigeria as they arrive at a meeting at...
Vietnamese Cardinal Jean-Baptiste Pham Minh Man (L) embraces Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria as they arrive at a meeting at the Synod Hall in the Vatican March 7, 2013. Catholic cardinals said on Tuesday they wanted time to get to know each before choosing the next pope and meanwhile would seek more information on a secret report on alleged corruption in the Vatican. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
POPE-SUCCESSION/
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March 07, 2013
Vietnamese Cardinal Jean-Baptiste Pham Minh Man (L) greets Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria as they...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Vietnamese Cardinal Pham Minh Man greets Cardinal Arinze of Nigeria as they arrive at a meeting at the...
Vietnamese Cardinal Jean-Baptiste Pham Minh Man (L) greets Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria as they arrive at a meeting at the Synod Hall in the Vatican March 7, 2013. Catholic cardinals said on Tuesday they wanted time to get to know each before choosing the next pope and meanwhile would seek more information on a secret report on alleged corruption in the Vatican. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
POPE-SUCCESSION/
RTR3EK5G
March 04, 2013
Photographers take pictures as Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria walks in St. Peter's Square at the...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Photographers take pictures as Cardinal Arinze of Nigeria walks in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican
Photographers take pictures as Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria walks in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican March 4, 2013. Preparations for electing Roman Catholicism's new leader begin in earnest on Monday as the College of Cardinals opens daily talks to sketch an identikit for the next pope and ponder who among them might fit it. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (VATICAN - Tags: RELIGION MEDIA)
POPE-SUCCESSION/
RTR3EK5A
March 04, 2013
Cardinal Francis Arinze (R) of Nigeria talks with a reporter in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican March...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Cardinal Arinze of Nigeria talks with a reporter in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican
Cardinal Francis Arinze (R) of Nigeria talks with a reporter in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican March 4, 2013. Preparations for electing Roman Catholicism's new leader begin in earnest on Monday as the College of Cardinals opens daily talks to sketch an identikit for the next pope and ponder who among them might fit it. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (VATICAN - Tags: RELIGION MEDIA)
POPE-SUCCESION/
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March 04, 2013
Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria walks in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican March 4, 2013. Preparations...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Cardinal Arinze of Nigeria walks in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican
Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria walks in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican March 4, 2013. Preparations for electing Roman Catholicism's new leader begin in earnest on Monday as the College of Cardinals opens daily talks to sketch an identikit for the next pope and ponder who among them might fit it. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (VATICAN - Tags: RELIGION)
POPE-SUCCESION/
RTR3EJVE
March 04, 2013
Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria walks in St.Peter square in Vatican on March 4, 2013. Preparations...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria walks in St.Peter square in Vatican
Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria walks in St.Peter square in Vatican on March 4, 2013. Preparations for electing Roman Catholicism's new leader begin in earnest on Monday as the College of Cardinals opens daily talks to sketch an identikit for the next pope and ponder who among them might fit it. REUTERS/ Stefano Rellandini (VATICAN - Tags: RELIGION)
POPE-RESIGNATION/
RTR3ECHH
February 27, 2013
Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria takes his seat before the last general audience of Pope Benedict XVI...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria takes his seat before the last general audience of Pope Benedict XVI...
Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria takes his seat before the last general audience of Pope Benedict XVI in St Peter's Square at the Vatican February 27, 2013. The weekly event which would normally be held in a vast auditorium in winter, but has been moved outdoors to St. Peter's Square so more people can attend. The pope has two days left before he takes the historic step of becoming the first pontiff in some six centuries to step down instead of ruling for life. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (VATICAN - Tags: RELIGION)
POPE-RESIGNATION/
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February 27, 2013
Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria takes his seat before the last general audience of Pope Benedict XVI...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria takes his seat before the last general audience of Pope Benedict XVI...
Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria takes his seat before the last general audience of Pope Benedict XVI in St Peter's Square at the Vatican February 27, 2013. The weekly event which would normally be held in a vast auditorium in winter, but has been moved outdoors to St. Peter's Square so more people can attend. The pope has two days left before he takes the historic step of becoming the first pontiff in some six centuries to step down instead of ruling for life. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (VATICAN - Tags: RELIGION)
POPE
RTXCVHH
March 17, 2009
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze boards the plane that will fly Pope Benedict XVI to Africa at Fiumicino...
Fiumicino, Italy
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze boards the plane that will fly Pope Benedict XVI to Africa at Fiumicino...
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze boards the plane that will fly Pope Benedict XVI to Africa at Fiumicino international airport in Rome March 17, 2009. The pope will visit Cameroon and Angola till March 23. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY RELIGION)
TANZANIA
RTRCJLB
May 26, 2005
Tanzanian President Benjamin Mkapa (R) meets Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze (L) as Tanzanian Cardinal...
Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Tanzanian President Mkapa meets Nigerian Cardinal Arinze in Dar Es Salaam.
Tanzanian President Benjamin Mkapa (R) meets Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze (L) as Tanzanian Cardinal Polycarp Pengo watches during Tanzania's Episcopal conference in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania May 26, 2005. REUTERS/Emmanuel Kwitema EK/RSS/CCK
TANZANIA
RTRCJIX
May 26, 2005
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze (L) talks to Tanzanian Cardinal Polycarp Pengo during Tanzania's Episcopal...
Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
Nigerian Cardinal Arinze talks to Tanzanian Cardinal Pengo in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania.
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze (L) talks to Tanzanian Cardinal Polycarp Pengo during Tanzania's Episcopal conference in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania May 26, 2005. REUTERS/Emmanuel Kwitema EK/RSS/CCK
POPE BETTING
RTR8JCF
April 19, 2005
Irish bookmker Paddy Power displays the odds for different candidates to be the new pope, in Rome April...
Vatican, Vatican
Irish bookmker Paddy Power displays the odds for different candidates to be the new pope.
Irish bookmker Paddy Power displays the odds for different candidates to be the new pope, in Rome April 19, 2005. Power said the first conclave in a quarter of a century was getting to be a bigger non-sporting betting event than the Oscars Hollywood movie awards. The current favourite with the online booky is Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze, with odds of three-to-one. REUTERS/Catherine Benson CRB/
POPE BETTING
RTR8JC0
April 19, 2005
Irish bookmker Paddy Power displays the odds for different candidates to be the new pope, in Rome April...
Vatican, Vatican
Irish bookmker Paddy Power displays the odds for different candidates to be the new pope.
Irish bookmker Paddy Power displays the odds for different candidates to be the new pope, in Rome April 19, 2005. Power said the first conclave in a quarter of a century was getting to be a bigger non-sporting betting event than the Oscars Hollywood movie awards. The current favourite with the online booky is Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze, with odds of three-to-one. REUTERS/Catherine Benson CRB/
VATICAN
RTXNE8W
April 18, 2005
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends the "Pro Eligendo Papa" Mass, presided over by [German Cardinal...
Vatican City, Vatican
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends the "Pro Eligendo Papa" Mass, presided over by [German Card.....
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends the "Pro Eligendo Papa" Mass, presided over by [German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger], at the Vatican's St Peter's Basilica April 18, 2005. [Roman Catholic cardinals held a solemn Mass praying for divine inspiration Monday, hours before locking themselves away from the world to elect a successor to Pope John Paul II. The Mass in St. Peter's Basilica was led by 78-year-old German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, the Vatican's doctrinal chief who is seen by some as a leading candidate for the papal throne.]
VATICAN
RTXNE8U
April 18, 2005
Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria (L) attends a mass presided by [German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger]...
Vatican City, Vatican
Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria (L) attends a mass presided by [German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger].....
Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria (L) attends a mass presided by [German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger] in St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican April 18, 2005. Cardinals will meet later today in the Sistine chapel for the start of the papal conclave.
POPE
RTR15HU7
April 18, 2005
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends the "Pro Eligendo Papa" Mass at the Vatican's St Peter's Basilica....
Vatican City, Vatican
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends the "Pro Eligendo Papa" Mass at the Vatican's St ...
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends the "Pro Eligendo Papa" Mass at the Vatican's St Peter's Basilica. Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends the "Pro Eligendo Papa" Mass, presided over by German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, at the Vatican's St Peter's Basilica April 18, 2005. Roman Catholic cardinals held a solemn Mass praying for divine inspiration Monday, hours before locking themselves away from the world to elect a successor to Pope John Paul II. The Mass in St. Peter's Basilica was led by 78-year-old German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, the Vatican's doctrinal chief who is seen by some as a leading candidate for the papal throne. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen
POPE
RTR8FPX
April 18, 2005
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends the "Pro Eligendo Papa" Mass at the Vatican's St Peter's Basilica....
Vatican City, Vatican
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends the "Pro Eligendo Papa" Mass at the Vatican's St ...
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends the "Pro Eligendo Papa" Mass at the Vatican's St Peter's Basilica. Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze (C) attends the "Pro Eligendo Papa" Mass, presided over by German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, at the Vatican's St Peter's Basilica April 18, 2005. Roman Catholic cardinals held a solemn Mass praying for divine inspiration Monday, hours before locking themselves away from the world to elect a successor to Pope John Paul II. The Mass in St. Peter's Basilica was led by 78-year-old German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, the Vatican's doctrinal chief who is seen by some as a leading candidate for the papal throne. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen
POPE
RTR8FLX
April 18, 2005
Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria (L) attends a mass presided by German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger in...
Vatican, Vatican
Cardinal Arinze of Nigeria attends a mass in St. Peter's Basilica.
Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria (L) attends a mass presided by German Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger in St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican April 18, 2005. Cardinals will meet later today in the Sistine chapel for the start of the papal conclave. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen JFL/CRB/
CARDINALS
RTXNEPP
April 16, 2005
-COMBO PHOTO- Combination photo shows nine of the cardinals considered possible candidates to succeed...
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-COMBO PHOTO- Combination photo shows nine of the cardinals considered possible candidates to succee.....
-COMBO PHOTO- Combination photo shows nine of the cardinals considered possible candidates to succeed Pope John Paul II as the head of the world's more than one billion Roman Catholics. The election will be held at a conclave opening on Monday.
Top row from left:
Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria, 72, leaves the Vatican at the end of the general congregation meeting in this April 12, 2005 file photo. REUTERS/Max Rossi/File
Cardinal Oscar Andres Rodriguez Maradiaga of Honduras, 62, looks on in this April 2, 2005 file photo. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo/File
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger of Germany, 78, gestures at the end of a general congregation meeting in Vatican City in this April 14, 2005 file photo. REUTERS/Tony Gentile/File
Middle row from left:
Belgian Cardinal Godfried Danneels, 71, speaks during an interview at the Vatican in this October 16, 2003 file photo. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico/File
Brazilian Cardinal Claudio Hummes, 70, is seen during mass in Se Cathedral in downtown Sao Paulo in this April 1, 2005 file photo. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker/File
Italian Cardinal Dionigi Tettamanzi, 71, arrives for the general congregation meeting in the Vatican in this April 12, 2005 file photo. REUTERS/Max Rossi/File
Bottom row from left:
Polish Cardinal Zenon Grocholewski, 76, walks past Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican in this April 13, 2005 file photo. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico/File
Austrian Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn, 60, attends mass at St Peter's Basilica in this April 12, 2005 file photo. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi/File
Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina, 68, conducts mass at the City Cathedral in this April 4, 2005 file photo. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian/File
ARINZE
RTXNE8D
April 14, 2005
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends a mass presided over by[Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah Pierre Sfeir]...
Vatican City, Vatican
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends a mass presided over by[Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah Pierre .....
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends a mass presided over by[Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah Pierre Sfeir] in the Vatican's St. Peter's Basilica April 14, 2005. [The cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church gather to elect a new pope on Monday in one of the most famous rooms in the world, the Sistine Chapel.]
ARINZE
RTXNE8C
April 14, 2005
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends a mass presided over by [Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah Pierre...
Vatican City, Vatican
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends a mass presided over by [Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah Pierre.....
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends a mass presided over by [Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah Pierre Sfeir] in the Vatican's St. Peter's Basilica April 14, 2005. [The cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church gather to elect a new pope on Monday in one of the most famous rooms in the world, the Sistine Chapel.]
ARINZE
RTXNE8B
April 14, 2005
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends a mass, presided over by [Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah Pierre...
Vatican City, Vatican
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends a mass, presided over by [Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah Pierr.....
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends a mass, presided over by [Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah Pierre Sfeir[, at St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City April 14, 2005. [The cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church gather to elect a new pope on Monday in one of the most famous rooms in the world, the Sistine Chapel.]
RTR15HUH
April 14, 2005
Market vendors wait for customers in Eziowelle, Nigeria, home town of Cardinal Francis Arinze, April...
Nigeria
Market vendors wait for customers in Eziowelle, Nigeria, home town of Cardinal Francis Arinze.
Market vendors wait for customers in Eziowelle, Nigeria, home town of Cardinal Francis Arinze, April 14, 2005. Arinze is among the 115 Roman Catholic cardinals who entered a conclave at the Vatican City on Monday to elect a successor to Pope John Paul II. Arinze, 72, is fourth in the Vatican hierarchy and and is often mentioned among the leading candidates to become head of the world's more than one billion Catholics. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly PP05040147 FOR
CN
RTR8I1W
April 14, 2005
File photo of Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attending a mass, presided over by Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah...
Vatican City, United Kingdom
File photo of Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attending a mass, presided over by Lebanese ...
File photo of Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attending a mass, presided over by Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah Pierre Sfeir, at St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City. Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends a mass, presided over by Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah Pierre Sfeir, at St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City in this April 14, 2005 file photo. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen/File
NIGERIA
RTR8GS0
April 14, 2005
A woman prays at the Church of the Holy trinity in Onitsha, Nigeria in this April 14, 2005 photo. Nigerian...
Onitsha, United Kingdom
A woman prays at the Church of the Holy trinity in Onitsha, Nigeria.
A woman prays at the Church of the Holy trinity in Onitsha, Nigeria in this April 14, 2005 photo. Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze, who is among the 115 Roman Catholic cardinals who entered a conclave at the Vatican City on Monday to elect a successor to Pope John Paul II, spent 18 years as bishop of Onitsha. Arinze, 72, is fourth in the Vatican hierarchy and and is among the leading cacndidates to become head of the world's more than one billion Catholics. Picture taken April 14, 2005. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/KI
FOR
RTR8GRB
April 14, 2005
A student pushes his bicycle through the village market in Eziowelle, Nigeria, home town of Cardinal...
Nigeria
A student pushes his bicycle through the village market in Eziowelle, Nigeria, home town of ...
A student pushes his bicycle through the village market in Eziowelle, Nigeria, home town of Cardinal Francis Arinze. A student pushes his bicycle through the village market next to the St. Edward's church in Eziowelle, Nigeria, home town of Cardinal Francis Arinze, April 14, 2005. Arinze is among the 115 Roman Catholic cardinals who entered a conclave at the Vatican City on Monday to elect a successor to Pope John Paul II. Arinze, 72, is fourth in the Vatican hierarchy and and is often mentioned among the leading candidates to become head of the world's more than one billion Catholics. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly PP05040147
RTR8GPT
April 14, 2005
Students leave school in Eziowelle, Nigeria, home town of Cardinal Francis Arinze, April 14, 2005. Arinze...
Nigeria
Students leave school in Eziowelle, Nigeria, home town of Cardinal Francis Arinze.
Students leave school in Eziowelle, Nigeria, home town of Cardinal Francis Arinze, April 14, 2005. Arinze is among the 115 Roman Catholic cardinals who entered a conclave at the Vatican City on Monday to elect a successor to Pope John Paul II. Arinze, 72, is fourth in the Vatican hierarchy and and is often mentioned among the leading candidates to become head of the world's more than one billion Catholics. Photo taken April 14, 2005. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly PP05040147 FOR
RTR8GO8
April 14, 2005
A gardener stands outside the family home of Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze in the remote farming town...
Nigeria
A gardener stands outside the family home of Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze.
A gardener stands outside the family home of Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze in the remote farming town of Eziowelle, April 14, 2005. Arinze is among the 115 Roman Catholic cardinals who entered a conclave at the Vatican City on Monday to elect a successor to Pope John Paul II. Arinze, 72, is fourth in the Vatican hierarchy and and is often mentioned among the leading candidates to become head of the world's more than one billion Catholics. Photo taken April 14, 2005 (REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly) FOR
RTR8GNZ
April 14, 2005
A sign points the way to Eziowelle, Nigeria, the home town of Cardinal Francis Arinze, who is among the...
Nigeria
A sign points the way to Eziowelle, Nigeria, the home town of Cardinal Francis Arinze.
A sign points the way to Eziowelle, Nigeria, the home town of Cardinal Francis Arinze, who is among the 115 Roman Catholic cardinals who entered a conclave at the Vatican City on Monday to elect a successor to Pope John Paul II. Arinze, 72, is fourth in the Vatican hierarchy and and is often mentioned among the leading candidates to become head of the world's more than one billion Catholics. Photo taken April 14, 2005. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly PP05040147 FOR
NIGERIA
RTR8GCB
April 14, 2005
Worshippers gather for evening mass at the Church of the Holy Trinity in Onitsha, Nigeria, in this April...
Onitsha, United Kingdom
Worshippers gather for evening mass at the Church of the Holy Trinity in Onitsha, Nigeria.
Worshippers gather for evening mass at the Church of the Holy Trinity in Onitsha, Nigeria, in this April 14, 2005 photo. Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze, who is among the 115 Roman Catholic cardinals who entered a conclave at the Vatican City on Monday to elect a successor to Pope John Paul II, spent 18 years as bishop of Onitsha. Arinze, 72, is fourth in the Vatican hierarchy and is among the leading candidates to become head of the world's more than one billion Catholics. Picture taken April 14, 2005. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly PP05040147 FOR/KI/YH
Nigeria
RTR8GBP
April 14, 2005
Storm clouds gather over the Church of the Holy trinity in Onitsha, Nigeria on April 14, 2005. Nigerian...
Onitsha, United Kingdom
Storm clouds gather over the Church of the Holy trinity in Onitsha.
Storm clouds gather over the Church of the Holy trinity in Onitsha, Nigeria on April 14, 2005. Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze, who is among the 115 Roman Catholic cardinals who entered a conclave at the Vatican City on Monday to elect a successor to Pope John Paul II, spent 18 years as bishop of Onitsha. Arinze, 72, is fourth in the Vatican hierarchy and and is often mentioned among the leading candidates to become head of the world's more than one billion Catholics. Picture taken on April 14, 2005. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly PP05040147 FOR/NL
POPE NIGERIA
RTR8G97
April 14, 2005
Storm clouds gather over the Church of the Holy Trinity in Onitsha, Nigeria, April 14, 2005. Nigerian...
Onitsha, United Kingdom
Storm clouds gather over the Church of the Holy Trinity in Onitsha, Nigeria.
Storm clouds gather over the Church of the Holy Trinity in Onitsha, Nigeria, April 14, 2005. Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze, who is among the 115 Roman Catholic cardinals who entered a conclave at the Vatican City on Monday to elect a successor to Pope John Paul II, spent 18 years as bishop of Onitsha. Arinze, 72, is fourth in the Vatican hierarchy and and is among the leading cacndidates to become head of the world's more than one billion Catholics. Picture taken April 14, 2005 REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/DY
POPE NIGERIA
RTR8G8Z
April 14, 2005
A student walks pass local movie posters in Eziowelle, home town of Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze,...
Eziowelle, United Kingdom
Student walks pass local movie posters in Eziowelle, home town of Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze.
A student walks pass local movie posters in Eziowelle, home town of Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze, April 14, 2005. Arinze is among the 115 Roman Catholic cardinals who entered a conclave at the Vatican City on Monday to elect a successor to Pope John Paul II. Arinze, 72, is fourth in the Vatican hierarchy and and among the leading candidates to become head of the world's more than one billion Catholics. Picture taken April 14, 2005 REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/DY
POPE NIGERIA
RTR8G8R
April 14, 2005
Students walk pass the St. Edward's church in Eziowelle, home town of Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze,...
Eziowelle, United Kingdom
Students walk pass St. Edward's church in Eziowelle, home town of Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze.
Students walk pass the St. Edward's church in Eziowelle, home town of Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze, April 14, 2005. Arinze is among the 115 Roman Catholic cardinals who entered a conclave at the Vatican City on Monday to elect a successor to Pope John Paul II. Arinze, 72, is fourth in the Vatican hierarchy and and among the leading candidates to become head of the world's more than one billion Catholics. Picture taken April 14, 2005 REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/DY
POPE NIGERIA
RTR8G8I
April 14, 2005
A girl walks pass the main school in Eziowelle, home town of Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze, April...
Eziowelle, United Kingdom
Girl walks pass main school in Eziowelle, home town of Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze.
A girl walks pass the main school in Eziowelle, home town of Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze, April 14, 2005. Arinze is among the 115 Roman Catholic cardinals who entered a conclave at the Vatican City on Monday to elect a successor to Pope John Paul II. Arinze, 72, is fourth in the Vatican hierarchy and and among the leading candidates to become head of the world's more than one billion Catholics. Picture taken April 14, 2005 REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/DY
POPE NIGERIA
RTR8G7Z
April 14, 2005
Gardener points to portrait of Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze's mother in the cardinal's family home...
Eziowelle, United Kingdom
Gardener points to portrait of Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze's mother in the cardinal's family ......
Gardener points to portrait of Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze's mother in the cardinal's family home in Eziowelle, Nigeria. A gardener points to a portrait of Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze's mother in the cardinal's family home in the remote farming town of Eziowelle, Nigeria, April 14, 2005. Arinze is among the 115 Roman Catholic cardinals who entered a conclave at the Vatican City on Monday to elect a successor to Pope John Paul II. Arinze, 72, is fourth in the Vatican hierarchy and and is among the leading candidates to become head of the world's more than one billion Catholics. Picture taken April 14, 2005 REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly PP05040147
POPE
RTR854L
April 14, 2005
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends a mass presided over by Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah Pierre Sfeir...
Vatican City, Vatican
Nigerian Cardinal Arinze attends a mass in the Vatican's St Peter's Basilica.
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends a mass presided over by Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah Pierre Sfeir in the Vatican's St. Peter's Basilica April 14, 2005. The cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church gather to elect a new pope on Monday in one of the most famous rooms in the world, the Sistine Chapel. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen PP05040050 CLH/NL
POPE
RTR8549
April 14, 2005
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends a mass presided over by Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah Pierre Sfeir...
Vatican City, Vatican
Nigerian Cardinal Arinze attends a mass in the Vatican's St Peter's Basilica.
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends a mass presided over by Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah Pierre Sfeir in the Vatican's St. Peter's Basilica April 14, 2005. The cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church gather to elect a new pope on Monday in one of the most famous rooms in the world, the Sistine Chapel. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen PP05040050 CLH/NL
POPE
RTR852I
April 14, 2005
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends a mass, presided over by Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah Pierre...
Vatican City, Vatican
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends a mass at St Peter's Basilica in Vatican City.
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze attends a mass, presided over by Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah Pierre Sfeir, at St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City April 14, 2005. The cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church gather to elect a new pope on Monday in one of the most famous rooms in the world, the Sistine Chapel. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen PP05040050 PP05040147 CLH/VP
POPE
RTR851K
April 14, 2005
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze and Spanish Cardinal Carlos Amigo Vallejo attend a mass at St. Peter's...
Vatican City, Vatican
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze and Spanish Cardinal Carlos Amigo Vallejo attend a mass at ...
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze and Spanish Cardinal Carlos Amigo Vallejo attend a mass at St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City. Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze and Spanish Cardinal Carlos Amigo Vallejo (R) attend a mass, presided over by Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah Pierre Sfeir, at St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City April 14, 2005. The cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church gather to elect a new pope on Monday in one of the most famous rooms in the world, the Sistine Chapel. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen PP05040050
POPE
RTR8513
April 14, 2005
Italian Cardinal Silvano Piovanelli, Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze and Spanish Cardinal Carlos Amigo...
Vatican City, Vatican
Italian Cardinal Silvano Piovanelli, Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze and Spanish Cardinal ...
Italian Cardinal Silvano Piovanelli, Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze and Spanish Cardinal Carlos Amigo Vallejo attend a mass at St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City. Italian Cardinal Silvano Piovanelli (L), Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze (C) and Spanish Cardinal Carlos Amigo Vallejo attend a mass, presided over by Lebanese Cardinal Nasrallah Pierre Sfeir, at St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City April 14, 2005. The cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church gather to elect a new pope on Monday in one of the most famous rooms in the world, the Sistine Chapel. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen PP05040050
ARINZE
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April 13, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria leaves the Vatican at the end of the general...
Vatican City, Vatican
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria leaves the Vatican at the end of the genera.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 12APR05- Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria leaves the Vatican at the end of the general congregation meeting in this April 12, 2005 file photo. [The cardinal is considered a possible candidate to succeed Pope John Paul II as leader of the world's more than one billion Roman Catholics. The election will be held at a conclave opening April 18.]
POPE
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April 12, 2005
Cardinal Pengo of Tanzania and Cardinal Arinze of Nigeria leave the Vatican at the end of the general...
Vatican City, Vatican
Cardinal Pengo of Tanzania and Cardinal Arinze of Nigeria leave the Vatican at the end of the ...
Cardinal Pengo of Tanzania and Cardinal Arinze of Nigeria leave the Vatican at the end of the general congregation meeting. Cardinal Polycarp Pengo (L) of Tanzania and Cardinal Francis Arinze of Nigeria leave the Vatican at the end of the general congregation meeting April 12, 2005. Roman Catholicism's conclave to elect a new pope will start at 1430 GMT next Monday in the Sistine Chapel following a public morning Mass in St. Peter's Basilica, the Vatican said on Tuesday. Once the conclave begins, the cardinals will not emerge from the Vatican until a new pope has been elected. They will hold voting sessions in the Sistine Chapel and sleep in the Casa Santa Marta hotel inside the Vatican grounds. REUTERS/Max Rossi PP05040050 PP05040147
VATICAN
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April 05, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 04APR05- Cardinals Walter Kasper from Germany, Francis Arinze from Nigeria (C) and Daoud...
Vatican City, Vatican
-PHOTO TAKEN 04APR05- Cardinals Walter Kasper from Germany, Francis Arinze from Nigeria (C) and Dao.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 04APR05- Cardinals Walter Kasper from Germany, Francis Arinze from Nigeria (C) and Daoud Ignace Maoussa I from Syria leave Saint Peter's Basilica after viewing the late Pope John Paul laying in state at the Vatican April 4, 2005. [Up to two million people are expected for the funeral on Friday as well as almost 200 world leaders in an unprecedented salute for a pontiff who helped bring down the Iron Curtain and stamped an uncompromising orthodoxy on his own faith.] Picture taken April 4, 2005.
POPE
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April 04, 2005
Cardinals Kasper from Germany Arinze from Nigeria and Ignace Maoussa I from Siria leave Saint Peters...
Vatican City, Vatican
Cardinals Kasper from Germany Arinze from Nigeria and Ignace Maoussa I from Siria leave Saint ...
Cardinals Kasper from Germany Arinze from Nigeria and Ignace Maoussa I from Siria leave Saint Peters Basilica at state at the Vatican. Cardinals Walter Kasper from Germany, Francis Arinze from Nigeria (C) and Daoud Ignace Maoussa I from Syria leave Saint Peter's Basilica after viewing the late Pope John Paul laying in state at the Vatican April 4, 2005. Up to two million people are expected for the funeral on Friday as well as almost 200 world leaders in an unprecedented salute for a pontiff who helped bring down the Iron Curtain and stamped an uncompromising orthodoxy on his own faith. Picture taken April 4, 2005. REUTERS/Tony Gentile PP05040050
SA
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March 20, 2005
File photo of Cardinals Francis Arinze and Angelo Sodano holding palm branches during Palm Sunday mass...
Vatican City, HOLY SEE (VATICAN CITY STATE)
File photo of Cardinals Francis Arinze and Angelo Sodano holding palm branches during Palm ...
File photo of Cardinals Francis Arinze and Angelo Sodano holding palm branches during Palm Sunday mass in St Peter's Square at the Vatican. Cardinals Francis Arinze (L) and Angelo Sodano (R) hold palm branches during Palm Sunday mass in St Peter's Square at the Vatican in this March 20, 2005 file photo. Cardinal Arinze is one of the Roman Catholic cardinals considered possible candidates to succeed Pope John Paul as leader of the world's one billion Roman Catholics. Picture taken March 20, 2005. REUTERS/Tony Gentile/Files PP05040050
ITALY
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March 20, 2005
Cardinals Francis Arinze and Angelo Sodano (R) hold palms branches during Palm Sunday mass in Saint Peter...
Vatican City, Vatican
Cardinals Francis Arinze and Angelo Sodano (R) hold palms branches during Palm Sunday mass in ...
Cardinals Francis Arinze and Angelo Sodano (R) hold palms branches during Palm Sunday mass in Saint Peter Square at the Vatican. Cardinals Francis Arinze and Angelo Sodano (R) hold palm branches during Palm Sunday mass in Saint Peter Square at the Vatican March 20, 2005. For the first time in Pope John Paul's papacy, Holy Week services leading up to Easter began without the Pontiff on Sunday and the faithful heard a cardinal compare the Pope's suffering to that of Christ. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
POPE
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April 04, 2004
NIGERIAN CARDINAL ARINZE BOWS HIS HEAD IN FRONT OF POPE JOHN PAUL DURING PALM SUNDAY MASS IN SAINT PETER'S...
Vatican City, Vatican City State (Holy See)
NIGERIAN CARDINAL ARINZE BOWS HIS HEAD IN FRONT OF POPE JOHN PAUL DURING PALM SUNDAY MASS IN ...
NIGERIAN CARDINAL ARINZE BOWS HIS HEAD IN FRONT OF POPE JOHN PAUL DURING PALM SUNDAY MASS IN SAINT PETER'S SQUARE AT THE VATICAN. Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze bows his head holding a palm branch in front of Pope John Paul II as he leads the Palm Sunday Mass at the Vatican April 4, 2004. Amid heightened security around the Vatican, Pope John Paul led the world's Roman Catholics in Palm Sunday celebrations, marking the start of an intense week of services that will test his health. REUTERS/Max Rossi REUTERS
VATICAN
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May 22, 2001
U.S. cardinal Bernard Francis Law from Boston (C) talks with Honduras cardinal Oscar Andres Rodriguez...
Vatican City, Vatican
U.S. cardinal Bernard Francis Law from Boston (C) talks with Honduras cardinal Oscar Andres Rodrigue.....
U.S. cardinal Bernard Francis Law from Boston (C) talks with Honduras cardinal Oscar Andres Rodriguez Maradiaga (R) as Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze (L) looks on after a meeting of the world's Catholic cardinals at the Synod Hall in the Vatican May 22, 2001. More than 150 of the globe's 183 cardinals convereged in Rome for a three-day, closed door meeting, whose theme is Pastoral Perspectives of the Church in the Third Millennium.
VATICAN
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May 22, 2001
Nigerian cardinal Francis Arinze (L) shakes hand with an unidentified cardinal, as U.S. cardinal Bernard...
Vatican City, Vatican
Nigerian cardinal Francis Arinze (L) shakes hand with an unidentified cardinal, as U.S. cardinal Ber.....
Nigerian cardinal Francis Arinze (L) shakes hand with an unidentified cardinal, as U.S. cardinal Bernard Francis Law from Boston (C) gestures and Belgian cardinal Jan Pieter Schotte looks on after a meeting of the worlds Catholic cardinals at the Synod Hall in the Vatican May 22, 2001. More than 150 of the globe's 183 cardinals convereged in Rome for a three-day, closed door meeting, whose theme is Pastoral Perspectives of the Church in the Third Millennium.
POPE CARDINALS
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May 22, 2001
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze (L) shakes hand with Cardinal Eugene Francis George from Chicago, as...
Vatican City, Italy
NIGERIAN CARDINAL FRANCIS ARINZE AFTER A MEETING WITH CARDINALS AT THE VATICAN.
Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze (L) shakes hand with Cardinal Eugene Francis George from Chicago, as U.S. Cardinal Bernard Francis Law from Boston (C) gestures and Belgian Cardinal Jan Pieter Schotte looks on after a meeting of the worlds Catholic cardinals at the Synod Hall in the Vatican May 22, 2001. More than 150 of the globe's 183 cardinals convereged in Rome for a three-day, closed door meeting, whose theme is Pastoral Perspectives of the Church in the Third Millennium. PP05040050 PC/TRA
POPE CARDINALS
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May 22, 2001
Nigerian cardinal Francis Arinze (L) shakes hand with cardinal Eugene Francis George from

Chicago,...
Vatican City, Italy
NIGERIAN CARDINAL FRANCIS ARINZE AFTER A MEETING WITH CARDINALS AT THE VATICAN.
Nigerian cardinal Francis Arinze (L) shakes hand with cardinal Eugene Francis George from

Chicago, as U.S. cardinal Bernard Francis Law from Boston (C) gestures and Belgian cardinal Jan Pieter Schotte looks on after a meeting of the worlds Catholic cardinals at the Synod Hall in the Vatican May 22, 2001. More than 150 of the globe's 183 cardinals convereged in Rome for a three-day, closed door meeting, whose theme is Pastoral Perspectives of the Church in the Third Millennium.
POPE CARDINALS
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May 22, 2001
U.S. cardinal Bernard Francis Law from Boston (C) talks with Honduras cardinal Oscar Andres Rodriguez...
Vatican City, Italy
U.S CARDINAL FRANCIS LAW TALKS AFTER A MEETING WITH CARDINALS AT THE VATICAN.
U.S. cardinal Bernard Francis Law from Boston (C) talks with Honduras cardinal Oscar Andres Rodriguez Maradiaga (R) as Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze (L) looks on after a meeting of the world's Catholic cardinals at the Synod Hall in the Vatican May 22, 2001. More than 150 of the globe's 183 cardinals convereged in Rome for a three-day, closed door meeting, whose theme is Pastoral Perspectives of the Church in the Third Millennium. PP05040050 PC/crb
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