Students “Elect” Cardinal Dolan Pope
Eighth-grade students in Lori Kimminau’s class at St. Francis Borgia Grade School held a mock conclave and election of the pope last week, with each student researching a different cardinal and giving a presentation on why their choice should be elected. After three rounds of voting, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, who was presented by Sarah Eckelkamp, center, received two-thirds of the student vote and was “elected” pope. Debbie Williams, right, school secretary and sister of Cardinal Dolan, speaks with the students. Also shown, from left, are students Cameron Ferguson, Cole Hanneken and Claire Emke. Missourian Photo.
Posted: Wednesday, March 13, 2013 9:00 am
“We don’t know any more than you do.”
That’s the message Debbie Williams, Washington, sister to Cardinal Timothy Dolan, who is among the 115 cardinal electors now at the Vatican voting to select the next pope, has been repeating over and over again to friends, acquaintances and the press.
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Wednesday, March 13, 2013 9:00 am.