College of Cardinals

Fourteen new cardinals accompanied Pope Francis on a trip to Benedict XVI’s residence in the Vatican Gardens

Cardinals are not called to be ‘princes of the Church’ but to be servants to their people, Francis said

The Pope said cardinals are called to be grandfathers who help young people find meaning in their lives

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Cardinal Angelo Sodano, Dean of the College of Cardinals, reminded the prelates of the “noble tradition” of informing the Secretariat of State whenever they travel outside of Rome

Cardinal-designate Anders Arborelius said the appointment showed that even tiny groups of Catholics were important

He said that his selection reflects the Catholic Church’s universal nature

The cardinal was known as ‘Baltimore’ by St John Paul II, according to his priest-secretary

Greek Bishop Fragkiskos Papamanolis has written an open letter to cardinals who asked for clarification on Amoris Laetitia

Thirteen cardinals – including three Americans – are eligible to vote in a conclave