List of papabili according to moynihanreport.itvworking.com...
1. Odilo Pedro Scherer, 63, archbishop of Sao Paolo, Brazil;
2. Marc Ouellet, 67, Prefect of the Congregation for Bishops in the Vatican; formerly archbishop of Quebec, Canada;
3. Angelo Scola, 72, archbishop of Milan, Italy;
4. Luis Antonio Tagle, 56, archbishop of Manila, the Philippines;
5. Gianfranco Ravasi, 70, head of the Pontifical Council for Culture and formerly Prefect of the Ambrosian Library in Milan;
6. Angelo Bagnasco, 70, archbishop of Genoa, Italy;
7. Peter Kodwo Appiah Turkson, 56, head of the Council for Justice and Peace in the Vatican, formerly archbishop of Cape Coast, Ghana;
8. Peter Erdo, 61, archbishop of Esztergom-Budapest, Hungary;
9. Jorge Mario Bergoglio, 77, archbishop of Buenos Aires, Argentina;
10. Sean Patrick O’Malley, O.F.M.Cap., archbishop Of Boston, Massachusetts, USA;
11. Timothy Dolan, 63, archbishop of New York, New York, USA;
12. Laurent Monsengwo Pasinya, 74, archbishop of Kinshasa, Congo;
13. Donald William Wuerl, 73, archbishop of Washington, D.C., USA;
14. Oscar Andres Rodriguez Maradiaga, 70, archbishop of Tegucigalpa, Honduras;
15. Joao Braz de Aviz, 65, Prefect of the Congregation for Religious and the Institutes of Consecrated Life in the Vatican, from Brazil;
16. Francisco Robles Ortega, 63, archbishop of Guadalajara, Mexico;
17. Tarcisio Bertone, 78, Secretary of State in the Vatican, formerly archbishop of Genoa, Italy;
18. Kurt Koch, 62, head of the Vatican’s Council for Christian Unity, formerly archbishop of Basel, Switzerland;
19. Christoph Schoenborn, 68, archbishop of Vienna, Austria;
20. Leonardo Sandri, 70, Prefect of the Congregation for Oriental Churches, born in Argentina;
21. Robert Sarah, 70, President of the Pontifical Council “Cor Unum,” formerly archbishop of Conakry, Guinea.
Obviously, we can remove the American cardinals after the refusal of one of them speaking for all. I guess we can well remove another Eastern European
after the longest reign of John Paul II. Second German is unlikely, and that is the biggest problem for the modern-minded and very devoted to Our Lady
in Medjugorje cardinal Schoenborn. A number of cardinals approach steadily towards 80 and perhaps no one wants to see a repetition of 2005 conclave.
Especially when the elect one may be the last one before...you call it. So the list shrinks to several names, who have enough energy to make the
change. Maradiaga is one of them and he was recently attacked from Jewish groups of some words. Peter Turkson, with all respect, already works in the
Vatican and is involved with the NWO proposal, so he gets little chance unless the cardinals want a NWO proposal to be supported before the UN. I see
other names that are young and good, as Ortega, Mexico, or Tagle, Manila. Let hope the cardinals will make the right election now, if they insist the
election should be among themselves only. Archbishop Kreieger the primate of Brazil could be a noncardinal candidate, if they want to break taboo from
top to bottom. Don't know if it will happen this time. None the least the next pope must have the capability and courage to deal with the
extraterrestrials that are on the next door already.