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POPE-SUCCESSION/
RTR3ENZN
March 06, 2013
Italian Cardinal Leonardo Sandri arrives to attend a prayer at Saint Peter's Basilica in the Vatican...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Italian Cardinal Sandri arrives to attend a prayer at Saint Peter's Basilica in the Vatican
Italian Cardinal Leonardo Sandri arrives to attend a prayer at Saint Peter's Basilica in the Vatican March 6, 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/Max Rossi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
POPE-SUCCESSION/
RTR3EK70
March 04, 2013
Argentinian Cardinal Leonardo Sandri arrives for a meeting at the Synod Hall in the Vatican March 4,...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Argentinian Cardinal Sandri arrives for a meeting at the Synod Hall in the Vatican
Argentinian Cardinal Leonardo Sandri arrives for a meeting at the Synod Hall in 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. The idea is to have the new pope elected during next week and officially installed several days later so he can preside over the Holy Week ceremonies starting with Palm Sunday on March 24 and culminating in Easter the following Sunday. REUTERS/Max Rossi (VATICAN - Tags: RELIGION)
POPE-SUCCESSION/
RTR3EINP
March 03, 2013
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri gestures during an interview with Reuters in Rome, March 2, 2013. In an exclusive...
Rome, Italy
Cardinal Sandri gestures during an interview with Reuters in Rome
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri gestures during an interview with Reuters in Rome, March 2, 2013. In an exclusive interview with Reuters, Cardinal Sandri, 69, an Argentine, said the next pope should not be chosen according to a geographic area but must be a "saintly man" who is "best qualified" to lead the Church in a time of crisis. Picture taken March 2, 2013. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
POPE-SUCCESSION/
RTR3EIN5
March 03, 2013
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri gestures during an interview with Reuters in Rome, March 2, 2013. In an exclusive...
Rome, Italy
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri gestures during an interview with Reuters in Rome
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri gestures during an interview with Reuters in Rome, March 2, 2013. In an exclusive interview with Reuters, Cardinal Leonardo Sandri, 69, an Argentine, also said the next pope should not be chosen according to a geographic area but must be a "saintly man" who is "best qualified" to lead the Church in a time of crisis. Picture taken March 2, 2013. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
POPE-SUCCESSION/
RTR3EIN4
March 03, 2013
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri poses during an interview with Reuters in Rome, March 2, 2013. In an exclusive...
Rome, Italy
Cardinal Sandri poses during an interview with Reuters in Rome
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri poses during an interview with Reuters in Rome, March 2, 2013. In an exclusive interview with Reuters, Cardinal Sandri, 69, an Argentine, said the next pope should not be chosen according to a geographic area but must be a "saintly man" who is "best qualified" to lead the Church in a time of crisis. Picture taken March 2, 2013. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
POPE-SUCCESSION/
RTR3EIN2
March 03, 2013
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri talks during an interview with Reuters in Rome, March 2, 2013. In an exclusive...
Rome, Italy
Cardinal Sandri talks during an interview with Reuters in Rome
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri talks during an interview with Reuters in Rome, March 2, 2013. In an exclusive interview with Reuters, Cardinal Sandri, 69, an Argentine, said the next pope should not be chosen according to a geographic area but must be a "saintly man" who is "best qualified" to lead the Church in a time of crisis. Picture taken March 2, 2013. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
POPE-SUCCESSION/
RTR3EIN1
March 03, 2013
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri gestures during an interview with Reuters in Rome, March 2, 2013. In an exclusive...
Rome, Italy
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri gestures during an interview with Reuters in Rome
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri gestures during an interview with Reuters in Rome, March 2, 2013. In an exclusive interview with Reuters, Cardinal Leonardo Sandri, 69, an Argentine, also said the next pope should not be chosen according to a geographic area but must be a "saintly man" who is "best qualified" to lead the Church in a time of crisis. Picture taken March 2, 2013. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
POPE-SUCCESSION/
RTR3EIJ4
March 03, 2013
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri gestures during an interview with Reuters in Rome, March 2, 2013. In an exclusive...
Rome, Italy
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri gestures during an interview with Reuters in Rome
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri gestures during an interview with Reuters in Rome, March 2, 2013. In an exclusive interview with Reuters, Cardinal Leonardo Sandri, 69, an Argentine, also said the next pope should not be chosen according to a geographic area but must be a "saintly man" who is "best qualified" to lead the Church in a time of crisis. Picture taken March 2, 2013. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
POPE-SUCCESSION/
RTR3EIJ3
March 03, 2013
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri gestures during an interview with Reuters in Rome, March 2, 2013. In an exclusive...
Rome, Italy
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri gestures during an interview with Reuters in Rome
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri gestures during an interview with Reuters in Rome, March 2, 2013. In an exclusive interview with Reuters, Cardinal Leonardo Sandri, 69, an Argentine, said the next pope should not be chosen according to a geographic area but must be a "saintly man" who is "best qualified" to lead the Church in a time of crisis. Picture taken March 2, 2013. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION)
POPE-SUCCESSION/CANDIDATES
RTR3DNBZ
February 11, 2013
Separate file photos of Roman Catholic clergy from Latin America cited as being possible candidates to...
Rome, Italy
Separate file photos of Roman Catholic clergy from Latin America cited as being possible candidates to...
Separate file photos of Roman Catholic clergy from Latin America cited as being possible candidates to be the next Pope, (L-R) Brazilian cardinal Joao Braz de Aviz, Sao Paulo Archbishop Odilo Scherer, and Argentine cardinal Leonardo Sandri, taken in Rome between 2007 and 2012. Pope Benedict shocked the world on Monday by saying he no longer had the mental and physical strength to cope with his ministry, in an announcement that left his aides "incredulous" and will make him the first pontiff to step down since the Middle Ages. He will step down on February 28 and the Vatican expects a new Pope to be chosen by the end of March. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ITALY/
RTXT6Y2
October 08, 2010
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (C top) is applauded by (From L) French bishop Dominique Mambert,...
Rome, Italy
France's President Sarkozy attends a lunch with guests at the French embassy to the holy See in Rome
France's President Nicolas Sarkozy (C top) is applauded by (From L) French bishop Dominique Mambert, Cardinal Leonardo Sandri, member of constitutional council Jacques Barrot, Cardinal Roger Etchegaray, Cardinal Paul Poupard and cardinal Antonio Cazinares Llovera before a lunch at the French embassy to the holy See in Rome October 8, 2010. French President Sarkozy met Pope Benedict XVI earlier in the day during a private audience. REUTERS/Eric Feferberg/Pool (ITALY - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)
POPE-CARDINALS/
RTX41TP
November 25, 2007
Newly elevated Cardinal Leonardo Sandri (R) of Argentina receives his gold ring from Pope Benedict XVI...
Vatican City, Vatican City State
Newly elevated Cardinal Sandri of Argentina receives a gold ring from Pope Benedict XVI at the Vatican...
Newly elevated Cardinal Leonardo Sandri (R) of Argentina receives his gold ring from Pope Benedict XVI during a mass in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican November 25, 2007. Pope Benedict on Sunday led a solemn ceremony in which he bestowed 23 new cardinals with their rings of office and urged them to work for peace. The Pope presided over the ceremony in St Peter's Basilica a day after he elevated the prelates from around the world to the elite rank in the 1.1 billion-member Roman Catholic Church. REUTERS/Osservatore Romano (VATICAN)
POPE-CARDINALS/
RTX40L9
November 24, 2007
New cardinal Leonardo Sandri (C) of Argentina leads a meeting with the faithful at the Sala Reggia (Royal...
Vatican City, Vatican City State
New cardinal Leonardo Sandri of Argentina leads a meeting with the faithful at the Aula della Benedizione...
New cardinal Leonardo Sandri (C) of Argentina leads a meeting with the faithful at the Sala Reggia (Royal Hall) after being elevated to cardinal by Pope Benedict XVI at the Vatican November 24, 2007. Pope Benedict, elevating 23 prelates from around the world to the elite rank of cardinal, made a pressing appeal on Saturday for an end to the war in Iraq and decried the plight of the country's Christian minority. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (VATICAN)
POPE-CARDINALS/
RTX40JJ
November 24, 2007
New cardinal Leonardo Sandri of Argentina leads a meeting with the faithful at the Sala Reggia (Royal...
Vatican City, Vatican City State
New cardinal Leonardo Sandri of Argentina leads a meeting with the faithful at the Aula della Benedizione...
New cardinal Leonardo Sandri of Argentina leads a meeting with the faithful at the Sala Reggia (Royal Hall) after being elevated to cardinal by Pope Benedict XVI at the Vatican November 24, 2007. Pope Benedict, elevating 23 prelates from around the world to the elite rank of cardinal, made a pressing appeal on Saturday for an end to the war in Iraq and decried the plight of the country's Christian minority. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (VATICAN)
POPE-CARDINALS/
RTX40E8
November 24, 2007
New cardinal Leonardo Sandri (R) of Argentina receives the biretta, a four-cornered red hat, by Pope...
Vatican City, Vatican City State
New cardinal Sandri of Argentina receives the biretta, a four-cornered red hat, by Pope Benedict XVI...
New cardinal Leonardo Sandri (R) of Argentina receives the biretta, a four-cornered red hat, by Pope Benedict XVI during the Consistory ceremony in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican November 24, 2007. Pope Benedict, elevating 23 prelates from around the world to the elite rank of cardinal, made a pressing appeal on Saturday for an end to the war in Iraq and decried the plight of the country's Christian minority. REUTERS/Osservatore Romano (VATICAN)
POPE-CARDINALS/
RTX401O
November 24, 2007
New cardinal Leonardo Sandri of Italy receives the biretta, a four-cornered red hat, by Pope Benedict...
Vatican City, Vatican City State
New cardinal Leonardo Sandri of Italy receives biretta during Consistory ceremony in Saint Peter's Basilica...
New cardinal Leonardo Sandri of Italy receives the biretta, a four-cornered red hat, by Pope Benedict XVI during the Consistory ceremony in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican November 24, 2007. Pope Benedict, elevating 23 prelates from around the world to the elite rank of cardinal, made a pressing appeal on Saturday for an end to the war in Iraq and decried the plight of the country's Christian minority. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
VATICAN
RTXNE2X
April 13, 2005
A ray of sunlight lights up the marble tomb of Pope Clemente XIII during a mass led [by bishop Leonardo...
Vatican City, Vatican
A ray of sunlight lights up the marble tomb of Pope Clemente XIII during a mass led [by bishop Leona.....
A ray of sunlight lights up the marble tomb of Pope Clemente XIII during a mass led [by bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina] in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005. [Conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has gained strong support among Roman Catholic cardinals seeking a successor to Pope John Paul but many of them are still undecided, a Church official said on Wednesday.]
AGNELO
RTXNE2W
April 13, 2005
Brazilian Cardinal Geraldo Majella Agnelo arrives to attend a mass led by bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina...
Vatican City, Vatican
Brazilian Cardinal Geraldo Majella Agnelo arrives to attend a mass led by bishop Leonardo Sandri of .....
Brazilian Cardinal Geraldo Majella Agnelo arrives to attend a mass led by bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005.[Conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has gained strong support among Roman Catholic cardinals seeking a successor to Pope John Paul but many of them are still undecided, a Church official said on Wednesday.]
VATICAN
RTXNE2U
April 13, 2005
Priests arrive to attend a mass led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in St. Peter's Basilica at...
Vatican City, Vatican
Priests arrive to attend a mass led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in St. Peter's Basilica a.....
Priests arrive to attend a mass led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005. [Conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has gained strong support among Roman Catholic cardinals seeking a successor to Pope John Paul but many of them are still undecided, a Church official said on Wednesday.]
VATICAN
RTXNE2T
April 13, 2005
Priests arrive to attend a mass led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in St. Peter's Basilica at...
Vatican City, Vatican
Priests arrive to attend a mass led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in St. Peter's Basilica a.....
Priests arrive to attend a mass led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005. [Conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has gained strong support among Roman Catholic cardinals seeking a successor to Pope John Paul but many of them are still undecided, a Church official said on Wednesday.]
RE
RTXNE2S
April 13, 2005
Italian Cardinal Giovanni Battista Re arrives to attend a mass led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina...
Vatican City, Vatican
Italian Cardinal Giovanni Battista Re arrives to attend a mass led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri of Arge.....
Italian Cardinal Giovanni Battista Re arrives to attend a mass led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005.[Conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has gained strong support among Roman Catholic cardinals seeking a successor to Pope John Paul but many of them are still undecided, a Church official said on Wednesday.]
MAHONY
RTXNE2R
April 13, 2005
U.S. Cardinal Roger Michael Mahony attends a mass led by bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in Saint...
Vatican City, Vatican
U.S. Cardinal Roger Michael Mahony attends a mass led by bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in Sain.....
U.S. Cardinal Roger Michael Mahony attends a mass led by bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005.[Conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has gained strong support among Roman Catholic cardinals seeking a successor to Pope John Paul but many of them are still undecided, a Church official said on Wednesday.]
VATICAN
RTXNE2J
April 13, 2005
Priests are framed through a hole in a chair as they arrive to attend a mass led by bishop Leonardo Sandri...
Vatican City, Vatican
Priests are framed through a hole in a chair as they arrive to attend a mass led by bishop Leonardo .....
Priests are framed through a hole in a chair as they arrive to attend a mass led by bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005. [Conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has gained strong support among Roman Catholic cardinals seeking a successor to Pope John Paul but many of them are still undecided, a Church official said on Wednesday.]
POPE
RTR15HNK
April 13, 2005
A ray of sunlight lights up marble tomb of Pope Clemente XIII during mass led by bishop Sandri of Argentina...
Vatican City, Vatican
A ray of sunlight lights up marble tomb of Pope Clemente XIII during mass led by bishop Sandri ...
A ray of sunlight lights up marble tomb of Pope Clemente XIII during mass led by bishop Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican. A ray of sunlight lights up the marble tomb of Pope Clemente XIII during a mass led by bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005. Conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has gained strong support among Roman Catholic cardinals seeking a successor to Pope John Paul but many of them are still undecided, a Church official said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE
RTR810Z
April 13, 2005
Bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina leads a mass in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005....
Vatican City, Vatican
Bishop Sandri of Argentina leads mass in Saint Peter's Basilica at Vatican.
Bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina leads a mass in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005. Conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has gained strong support among Roman Catholic cardinals seeking a successor to Pope John Paul but many of them are still undecided, a Church official said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Max Rossi MR/DY
POPE
RTR80ZZ
April 13, 2005
Brazilian Cardinal Agnelo arrives to attend a mass led by bishop Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's...
Vatican City, Vatican
Brazilian Cardinal Agnelo arrives to attend a mass led by bishop Sandri of Argentina in Saint ...
Brazilian Cardinal Agnelo arrives to attend a mass led by bishop Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican. Brazilian Cardinal Geraldo Majella Agnelo arrives to attend a mass led by bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005. Conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has gained strong support among Roman Catholic cardinals seeking a successor to Pope John Paul but many of them are still undecided, a Church official said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE
RTR80ZT
April 13, 2005
Cardinal Turkson of Ghana arrives to attend mass led by bishop Sandri of Argentina in St Peter's Basilica...
Vatican City, Vatican
Cardinal Turkson of Ghana arrives to attend mass led by bishop Sandri of Argentina in St ...
Cardinal Turkson of Ghana arrives to attend mass led by bishop Sandri of Argentina in St Peter's Basilica at Vatican. Cardinal Peter Kodwo Appiah Turkson of Ghana arrives to attend a mass led by bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005. Conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has gained strong support among Roman Catholic cardinals seeking a successor to Pope John Paul but many of them are still undecided, a Church official said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE
RTR80YP
April 13, 2005
A Swiss guard stands to attention before the start of the mass led by Bishop Sandri of Argentina in St...
Vatican City, Vatican
A Swiss guard stands to attention before the start of the mass led by Bishop Sandri of ...
A Swiss guard stands to attention before the start of the mass led by Bishop Sandri of Argentina in St Peter's Basilica at the Vatican. A Swiss guard stands to attention before the start of a mass led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005. Conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has gained strong support among Roman Catholic cardinals seeking a successor to Pope John Paul but many of them are still undecided, a Church official said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE
RTR80Y1
April 13, 2005
Priests are framed through a hole in a chair as they arrive to attend a mass led by bishop Sandri of...
Vatican City, Vatican
Priests are framed through a hole in a chair as they arrive to attend a mass led by bishop ...
Priests are framed through a hole in a chair as they arrive to attend a mass led by bishop Sandri of Argentina in St Peter's Basilica at the Vatican. Priests are framed through a hole in a chair as they arrive to attend a mass led by bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005. Conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has gained strong support among Roman Catholic cardinals seeking a successor to Pope John Paul but many of them are still undecided, a Church official said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE
RTR80VP
April 13, 2005
Priests arrives to attend a mass led by Bishop Sandri of Argentina in St Peter's Basilica at the Vatican....
Vatican City, Vatican
Priests arrives to attend a mass led by Bishop Sandri of Argentina in St Peter's Basilica at ...
Priests arrives to attend a mass led by Bishop Sandri of Argentina in St Peter's Basilica at the Vatican. Priests arrive to attend a mass led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005. Conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has gained strong support among Roman Catholic cardinals seeking a successor to Pope John Paul but many of them are still undecided, a Church official said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE
RTR80UU
April 13, 2005
Cardinals and priests attend a mass led by Bishop Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica at the...
Vatican City, Vatican
Cardinals and priests attend a mass led by Bishop Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's ...
Cardinals and priests attend a mass led by Bishop Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican. Cardinals and priests attend a mass led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005. Conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has gained strong support among Roman Catholic cardinals seeking a successor to Pope John Paul but many of them are still undecided, a Church official said on Wednesday. The photographic effect was made by rotating the camera during the exposure. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE
RTR80TC
April 13, 2005
Cardinals arrive to attend a mass led by Bishop Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica at the...
Vatican City, Vatican
Cardinals arrive to attend a mass led by Bishop Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica ...
Cardinals arrive to attend a mass led by Bishop Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican. Cardinals arrive to attend a mass led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005. Conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has gained strong support among Roman Catholic cardinals seeking a successor to Pope John Paul but many of them are still undecided, a Church official said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE
RTR80R9
April 13, 2005
Italian Cardinal Re arrives to attend a mass led by Bishop Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica...
Vatican City, Vatican
Italian Cardinal Re arrives to attend a mass led by Bishop Sandri of Argentina in Saint ...
Italian Cardinal Re arrives to attend a mass led by Bishop Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican. Italian Cardinal Giovanni Battista Re arrives to attend a mass led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005. Conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has gained strong support among Roman Catholic cardinals seeking a successor to Pope John Paul but many of them are still undecided, a Church official said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Max Rossi PP05040047
POPE
RTR80Q8
April 13, 2005
U.S. Cardinal Mahony arrives to attend a mass led by Bishop Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica...
Vatican City, Vatican
U.S. Cardinal Mahony arrives to attend a mass led by Bishop Sandri of Argentina in Saint ...
U.S. Cardinal Mahony arrives to attend a mass led by Bishop Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican. U.S. Cardinal Roger Michael Mahony arrives to attend a mass led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005. Conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has gained strong support among Roman Catholic cardinals seeking a successor to Pope John Paul but many of them are still undecided, a Church official said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE
RTR80NO
April 13, 2005
US Cardinal Mahony attends a mass led by bishop Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica at the...
Vatican City, Vatican
US Cardinal Mahony attends a mass led by bishop Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica ...
US Cardinal Mahony attends a mass led by bishop Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican. U.S. Cardinal Roger Michael Mahony attends a mass led by bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005. Conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has gained strong support among Roman Catholic cardinals seeking a successor to Pope John Paul but many of them are still undecided, a Church official said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Max Rossi
TURKSON
RTXNE2V
April 12, 2005
Cardinal Peter Kodwo Appiah Turkson of Ghana arrives to attend a mass led by bishop Leonardo Sandri of...
Vatican City, Vatican
Cardinal Peter Kodwo Appiah Turkson of Ghana arrives to attend a mass led by bishop Leonardo Sandri .....
Cardinal Peter Kodwo Appiah Turkson of Ghana arrives to attend a mass led by bishop Leonardo Sandri of Argentina in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican April 13, 2005. [Conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has gained strong support among Roman Catholic cardinals seeking a successor to Pope John Paul but many of them are still undecided, a Church official said on Wednesday.]
ITALY
RTR4UZU
March 13, 2005
Pope John Paul II watches Bishop Leonardo Sandri deliver Angelus prayers from a suite at Rome's Gemelli...
Rome, Italy
Pope John Paul II watches Bishop Leonardo Sandri deliver Angelus prayers from a suite at Rome's ...
Pope John Paul II watches Bishop Leonardo Sandri deliver Angelus prayers from a suite at Rome's Gemelli hospital. Pope John Paul II watches Bishop Leonardo Sandri in nearby St. Peter's square deliver Angelus prayers on television, in a suite at Rome's Gemelli hospital March 13, 2005 where he is recovering from throat surgery. Pope John Paul has spoken directly to the Roman Catholic faithful for the first time since he underwent throat surgery on February 24. He appeared briefly at his window and spoke a few words to pilgrims in the courtyard below. REUTERS/POOL/Osservatore Romano-Arturo Mari
ITALY
RTR4UY0
March 13, 2005
Pope John Paul II watches Bishop Leonardo Sandri deliver Angelus prayers from a suite at Rome's Gemelli...
Rome, Italy
Pope John Paul II watches Bishop Leonardo Sandri deliver Angelus prayers from a suite at Rome's ...
Pope John Paul II watches Bishop Leonardo Sandri deliver Angelus prayers from a suite at Rome's Gemelli hospital. Pope John Paul II watches Bishop Leonardo Sandri in nearby St. Peter's square deliver Angelus prayers on television, in a suite at Rome's Gemelli hospital March 13, 2005 where he is recovering from throat surgery. Pope John Paul has spoken directly to the Roman Catholic faithful for the first time since he underwent throat surgery on February 24. He appeared briefly at his window and spoke a few words to pilgrims in the courtyard below. REUTERS/POOL/Osservatore Romano-Arturo Mari
ITALY
RTR15EA2
March 06, 2005
Pope John Paul II watches a live television broadcast of the Angelus prayers held in nearby St. Peter's...
Rome, Italy
Pope John Paul II watches a live television broadcast of the Angelus prayers held in nearby St. ...
Pope John Paul II watches a live television broadcast of the Angelus prayers held in nearby St. Peter's square, from a room in Rome's Gemelli hospital. Pope John Paul II watches a live television broadcast of Bishop Leonardo Sandri, reading the Angelus prayers in nearby St. Peter's square, from a room in Rome's Gemelli hospital, March 6, 2005. The 84-year-old Pope, who also suffers from Parkinson's disease and severe arthritis, is recovering from a tracheotomy operation which was performed to help ease breathing problems. REUTERS/Osservatore Romano-Arturo Mari/POOL
ITALY
RTR433W
March 06, 2005
Pope John Paul II watches a live television broadcast of the Angelus prayers held in nearby St. Peter's...
Rome, Italy
Pope John Paul II watches a live television broadcast of the Angelus prayers held in nearby St. ...
Pope John Paul II watches a live television broadcast of the Angelus prayers held in nearby St. Peter's square, from a room in Rome's Gemelli hospital. Pope John Paul II watches a live television broadcast of Bishop Leonardo Sandri, reading the Angelus prayers in nearby St. Peter's square, from a room in Rome's Gemelli hospital, March 6, 2005. The 84-year-old Pope, who also suffers from Parkinson's disease and severe arthritis, is recovering from a tracheotomy operation which was performed to help ease breathing problems. REUTERS/Osservatore Romano-Arturo Mari/POOL
ITALY POPE
RTR15E9R
March 05, 2005
Catholic university students attend a vigil in the Vatican, March 5, 2005. Argentine's Archbishop Leonardo...
Vatican City
Catholic university students attend a vigil in the Vatican.
Catholic university students attend a vigil in the Vatican, March 5, 2005. Argentine's Archbishop Leonardo Sandri is due to read a message from Pope John Paul II addressed to thousands of university students around Europe. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
ITALY POPE
RTR41MQ
March 05, 2005
Catholic university students carry a cross during a vigil in the Vatican, March 5, 2005. Argentine's...
Rome
University Catholic students carry a cross during a vigil in the Vatican.
Catholic university students carry a cross during a vigil in the Vatican, March 5, 2005. Argentine's Archbishop Leonardo Sandri is due to read a message from Pope John Paul II addressed to thousands of university students around Europe. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
ITALY POPE
RTR41LZ
March 05, 2005
Catholic university students carry a cross during a vigil in the Vatican, March 5, 2005. Argentine's...
Rome
University Catholic students carry a cross during a vigil in the Vatican.
Catholic university students carry a cross during a vigil in the Vatican, March 5, 2005. Argentine's Archbishop Leonardo Sandri is due to read a message from Pope John Paul II addressed to thousands of university students around Europe. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier
POPE
RTROIWS
February 27, 2005
A nun attends the Angelus prayer led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican...
Rome, Italy
A nun attends the Angelus prayer at the Vatican.
A nun attends the Angelus prayer led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican February 27, 2005. A stiff and frail-looking Pope John Paul made a brief surprise appearance at his hospital window on Sunday after missing his weekly Angelus prayers for the first time in his 26-year pontificate. The Pontiff made the sign of a blessing from the window of his suite at Rome's Gemelli hospital and waved twice to people gathered below. REUTERS/Max Rossi MR/WS
POPE
RTROIVX
February 27, 2005
A nun looks down as Bishop Leonardo Sandri leads the Angelus prayer in front of the Saint Peter's Basilica...
Rome, Italy
Nuns attends the Angelus prayer at the Vatican.
A nun looks down as Bishop Leonardo Sandri leads the Angelus prayer in front of the Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican February 27, 2005. A stiff and frail-looking Pope John Paul made a brief surprise appearance at his hospital window on Sunday after missing his weekly Angelus prayers for the first time in his 26-year pontificate. The Pontiff made the sign of a blessing from the window of his suite at Rome's Gemelli hospital and waved twice to people gathered below. REUTERS/Max Rossi MR/WS
POPE
RTROIQ3
February 27, 2005
A nun attends the Angelus prayer led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri in front of the Saint Peter's Basilica...
Rome, Italy
A nun attends the Angelus prayer at the Vatican.
A nun attends the Angelus prayer led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri in front of the Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican February 27, 2005. A stiff and frail-looking Pope John Paul made a brief surprise appearance at his hospital window on Sunday after missing his weekly Angelus prayers for the first time in his 26-year pontificate. The Pontiff made the sign of a blessing from the window of his suite at Rome's Gemelli hospital and waved twice to people gathered below. REUTERS/Max Rossi
POPE
RTROIP2
February 27, 2005
A nun points as she attends the Angelus prayer led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri in front of the Saint Peter's...
Rome, Italy
A nun points as she attends the Angelus prayer at the Vatican.
A nun points as she attends the Angelus prayer led by Bishop Leonardo Sandri in front of the Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican February 27, 2005. The 84-year-old Pope, who appeared today in the window of his private rooms at Gemelli hospital in Rome, was rushed to hospital for the second time this month on Thursday and had to have surgery to ease his breathing problems, sending tremors throughout the world that one of history's most active papacies could be about to end. REUTERS/Max Rossi MR
POPE
RTROIOV
February 27, 2005
A nun looks down as Bishop Leonardo Sandri leads the Angelus prayer in front of the Saint Peter's Basilica...
Rome, Italy
Nuns attends the Angelus prayer at the Vatican.
A nun looks down as Bishop Leonardo Sandri leads the Angelus prayer in front of the Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican February 27, 2005. The 84-year-old Pope, who appeared today from the window of his private rooms at Gemelli hospital in Rome, was rushed to hospital for the second time this month on Thursday and had to have surgery to ease his breathing problems, sending tremors throughout the world that one of history's most active papacies could be about to end. REUTERS/Max Rossi MR/WS
POPE
RTROINR
February 27, 2005
A nun looks down as Bishop Leonardo Sandri leads the Angelus prayer in front of the Saint Peter's Basilica...
Rome, Italy
Nuns attends the Angelus prayer at the Vatican.
A nun looks down as Bishop Leonardo Sandri leads the Angelus prayer in front of the Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican February 27, 2005. The 84-year-old Pope, who appeared today from the window of his private rooms at Gemelli hospital in Rome, was rushed to hospital for the second time this month on Thursday and had to have surgery to ease his breathing problems, sending tremors throughout the world that one of history's most active papacies could be about to end. REUTERS/Max Rossi MR/WS
POPE
RTROINB
February 27, 2005
Bishop Leonardo Sandri leads the Angelus prayer in front of the Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican...
Rome, Italy
Bishop Leonardo Sandri leads the Angelus prayer at the Vatican.
Bishop Leonardo Sandri leads the Angelus prayer in front of the Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican February 27, 2005. The 84-year-old Pope, who appeared today from the window of his private rooms at Gemelli hospital in Rome, was rushed to hospital for the second time this month on Thursday and had to have surgery to ease his breathing problems, sending tremors throughout the world that one of history's most active papacies could be about to end. REUTERS/Max Rossi REUTERS MR/WS
POPE
RTROIN3
February 27, 2005
Bishop Leonardo Sandri leads the Angelus prayer in front of the Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican...
Rome, Italy
Bishop Leonardo Sandri leads the Angelus prayer at the Vatican.
Bishop Leonardo Sandri leads the Angelus prayer in front of the Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican February 27, 2005. The 84-year-old Pope, who appeared today from the window of his private rooms at Gemelli hospital in Rome, was rushed to hospital for the second time this month on Thursday and had to have surgery to ease his breathing problems, sending tremors throughout the world that one of history's most active papacies could be about to end. REUTERS/Max Rossi MR/WS
POPE
RTROIMQ
February 27, 2005
Faithful stroll in Saint Peter's Square as a giant screen shows pictures of Pope John Paul while Bishop...
Rome, Italy
A giant screen shows a picture of Pope John Paul II at the Vatican.
Faithful stroll in Saint Peter's Square as a giant screen shows pictures of Pope John Paul while Bishop Leonardo Sandri (not pictured) reads a message from Pope and leads the Angelus prayer at the Vatican February 27, 2005. The 84-year-old Pope, who appeared today from the window of his private rooms at the Gemelli hospital in Rome, was rushed to hospital for the second time this month on Thursday and had to have surgery to ease his breathing problems, sending tremors throughout the world that one of history's most active papacies could be about to end. REUTERS/Max Rossi MR/WS
POPE
RTXN7A7
February 06, 2005
Pope John Paul II flanked by Bishop Leonardo Sandri blesses the faithful from his suite at the Gemelli...
Rome, Italy
Pope John Paul II flanked by Bishop Leonardo Sandri blesses the faithful from his suite at the Gemel.....
Pope John Paul II flanked by Bishop Leonardo Sandri blesses the faithful from his suite at the Gemelli hospital in Rome February 6, 2005. Pope John Paul delivered his weekly blessing on Sunday from his hospital window, speaking to the faithful in a hoarse, faint voice. After an aide read the address and recited the so-called "Angelus" prayer, Pope John Paul gave a brief blessing that was almost impossible to hear, and then made the sign of the cross in the direction of the small crowd gathered below. It was the Pope's first public appearance for a week. He was rushed to Rome's Gemelli hospital on Tuesday suffering from acute breathing problems tied to a bout of influenza.
POPE
RTRMHNO
February 06, 2005
Pope John Paul II, flanked by Bishop Leonardo Sandri, blesses the faithful from his suite at the Gemelli...
Rome, Italy
Pope John Paul II blesses the faithful from his suite at the Gemelli hospital in Rome.
Pope John Paul II, flanked by Bishop Leonardo Sandri, blesses the faithful from his suite at the Gemelli hospital in Rome February 6, 2005. Pope John Paul delivered his weekly blessing on Sunday from his hospital window, speaking to the faithful in a hoarse, faint voice. After an aide read the address and recited the so-called "Angelus" prayer, Pope John Paul gave a brief blessing that was almost impossible to hear, and then made the sign of the cross in the direction of the small crowd gathered below. It was the Pope's first public appearance for a week. He was rushed to Rome's Gemelli hospital on Tuesday suffering from acute breathing problems tied to a bout of influenza. REUTERS/Max Rossi MR/AA
POPE
RTRMHL6
February 06, 2005
Pope John Paul II flanked by Bishop Leonardo Sandri blesses the faithful from his suite at the Gemelli...
Rome, Italy
Pope John Paul II blesses the faithful from his suite at the Gemelli hospital in Rome.
Pope John Paul II flanked by Bishop Leonardo Sandri blesses the faithful from his suite at the Gemelli hospital in Rome February 6, 2005. Pope John Paul delivered his weekly blessing on Sunday from his hospital window, speaking to the faithful in a hoarse, faint voice. After an aide read the address and recited the so-called "Angelus" prayer, Pope John Paul gave a brief blessing that was almost impossible to hear, and then made the sign of the cross in the direction of the small crowd gathered below. It was the Pope's first public appearance for a week. He was rushed to Rome's Gemelli hospital on Tuesday suffering from acute breathing problems tied to a bout of influenza. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez DJM/AA
POPE
RTRMFCE
February 05, 2005
Bishop Leonardo Sandri delives the Pope's message during an audience at the Paul VI hall in the Vatican....
Vatican City, Vatican
Bishop Leonardo Sandri delives the Pope's message during an audience at the Paul VI hall in ...
Bishop Leonardo Sandri delives the Pope's message during an audience at the Paul VI hall in the Vatican. Bishop Leonardo Sandri delivers the Pope's message during an audience at the Paul VI hall in the Vatican, which was due to be lead by Pope John Paul II February 5, 2005. The Pope will make a public appearance to bless the faithful from his hospital suite on Sunday but the Pontiff is not yet strong enough to read his customary noon message. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
TRADECENTER VATICAN
RTR6MWS
June 20, 2002
Archbishop Leonardo Sandri, substitute of the Secretary of State of the
Vatican (L) stands with New...
New York, United States of America
PAPAL REPRESENTATIVE VISITS "GROUND ZERO" WITH CARDINAL EGAN.
Archbishop Leonardo Sandri, substitute of the Secretary of State of the
Vatican (L) stands with New York's Archbishop Cardinal Edward Egan as
they address the media following a brief prayer ceremony at the "Ground
Zero" site of the World Trade Center disaster June 20, 2002. Sandri,
who also laid a wreath of rememberance at the site, also presented a
scholarship from the Pope to Cardinal Egan to be given to a student who
lost a parent in the attacks on September 11, 2001. REUTERS/Mike Segar

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TRADECENTER VATICAN
RTR6MVL
June 20, 2002
Archbishop Leonardo Sandri, substitute of the Secretary of State of the
Vatican (R) greets New York...
New York, United States of America
PAPAL REPRESENTATIVE VISITS "GROUND ZERO" IN NEW YORK.
Archbishop Leonardo Sandri, substitute of the Secretary of State of the
Vatican (R) greets New York City police officers following a brief
prayer ceremony at the "Ground Zero" site of the World Trade Center
disaster June 20, 2002. Sandri, who later laid a wreath of rememberance
at the site, also presented a scholarship from the Pope to New York's
Cardinal Edward Egan to be given to a student who lost a parent in the
attacks on September 11, 2001. REUTERS/Mike Segar

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TRADECENTER VATICAN
RTR6MUU
June 20, 2002
Archbishop Leonardo Sandri, substitute of the Secretary of State of the
Vatican (R) stands with New...
New York, United States of America
PAPAL REPRESENTATIVE VISITS "GROUND ZERO" WITH CARDINAL EGAN.
Archbishop Leonardo Sandri, substitute of the Secretary of State of the
Vatican (R) stands with New York's Archbishop Cardinal Edward Egan
during a brief prayer ceremony at the "Ground Zero" site of the World
Trade Center disaster June 20, 2002. Sandri, who later laid a wreath of
rememberance at the site, also presented a scholarship from the Pope to
Cardinal Egan to be given to a student who lost a parent in the attacks
on September 11, 2001. REUTERS/Mike Segar

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TRADECENTER VATICAN
RTR6MUA
June 20, 2002
Archbishop Leonardo Sandri, substitute of the Secretary of State of the
Vatican (right/center) stands...
New York, United States of America
PAPAL REPRESENTATIVE VISITS "GROUND ZERO" WITH CARDINAL EGAN.
Archbishop Leonardo Sandri, substitute of the Secretary of State of the
Vatican (right/center) stands beneath a cross of iron beams left after
the September 11 destruction of the World Trade Center with New York's
Archbishop Cardinal Edward Egan (center/left) during a brief prayer
ceremony at the "Ground Zero" site of the World Trade Center disaster
June 20, 2002. Sandri, who later laid a wreath of rememberance at the
site, also presented a scholarship from the Pope to Cardinal Egan to be
given to a student who lost a parent in the attacks. REUTERS/Mike
Segar

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