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Cassock for Next Pope Is Already Madei
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March 07, 2013 7:40 PM
Not far from Vatican City, there’s a street in downtown Rome where the shops sell everything a priest - or even a pope - might need to minister to his flock. Jerome Socolovsky takes us there.

Cassock for Next Pope Is Already Made

Published March 07, 2013

Not far from Vatican City, there’s a street in downtown Rome where the shops sell everything a priest - or even a pope - might need to minister to his flock. Jerome Socolovsky takes us there.


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