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On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Michael Dougherty to discuss the legacy of Pope Benedict, what his resignation will mean for the Church, and the men who may take his place.

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Related Links:

Full text: Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation letter
One Of These Men Will Be The Next Pope
Odds on the Next Pope
Cardinal Ouellet Warns Against Bible Crisis
Michael Brendan Dougherty at the American Conservative

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  • http://twitter.com/Brandywinebooks Philip Wade

    Hold up, Peter Turkson of Ghana would be the first African-American pope? Where does the American part come in? He would be the first African pope, right?

  • http://twitter.com/map_chic Ruth Margaret

    Turkson wouldn’t be the first African Pope (there were some North Africans in the early days of the Church). He most definitely wouldn’t be the first ‘African American’ Pope. Your PC indoctrination is showing…

    It could be argued that he would be the first ‘Black African’ Pope (though we don’t really know the skin color of those popes 1500 years ago).