Kenneth Serbin, PhD, Comments on Papabile

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Kenneth Serbin, PhD, was quoted in international media about the Vatican's search for a new pope - specifically about Brazil's Cardinal Odilo Scherer. 

Huffington Post, "Cardinal Odilo Scherer: Modern Ways, Traditional Message"

Folha de S. Paulo, "Brazilian Cardinals Attending the Conclave Have a Discrete Profile"

Estadã, "A Forca da Renuncia"

Washington Post, "Brazilian Odilo Pedro Scherer Could Be in the Running for Pope"

Think Progress, "New Pope Spotlights Questions about Church's Relationship with Military Dictatorship"

Reuters, "Latin America - A Litany of Challenges for Pope Francis"

Kenneth Serbin, PhD, is professor and chair of history at the University of San Diego. His scholarly research focuses on the history of the Catholic Church and social and reproductive issues; the relationship between religion and democracy; and the revolutionary left in Brazil.


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