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Fri, Mar. 01 2013 02:58 PM EDT

With Jesus, Pope's Seat is Never Vacant

By Ruth Malhotra
Religion rarely dominates global news headlines, but Pope Benedict's resignation has proven a notable exception. The mainstream media, usually reluctant to focus on matters of faith, is watching and reporting with fascination as the Catholic Church faces a historic and unprecedented transition. Thursday's coverage was particularly striking, as commentators repeatedly stated – in tones ranging from intense anguish to intellectual curiosity – that "the papacy is vacant" and "the seat of Saint Peter is empty" and "the church around the world is without a leader." (A link to this page will be included in your message. )

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