Ireland misses out on conclave vote

Ireland misses out on conclave vote Archbishop Diarmuid Martin
The Pope’s appointees to the College of Cardinals reflect the diminished role of Ireland in an increasingly globalised Church, 
writes Michael Kelly   For the first time in more than 40 years, Ireland will not have a vote in a Papal conclave if there were to be a vacancy of the Holy See. Since he…
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