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Without A Pope, Cardinals Are Running The Vatican

Mar 1, 2013 (Morning Edition) — The Vatican is now under the control of the cardinals who will elect a new leader of the Catholic Church. On Thursday, Pope Benedict gave up his ring, cape and red papal shoes and became pope emeritus.

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