NCR published a special feature on the Pope's resignation and the upcoming election. Subscribers will receive this section included with the March 1 regular edition of the newspaper.
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Special feature contents:
- Picking the pope a contest among four camps (John L. Allen Jr.)
- Who will be the next pope? Top 10 contenders (NCR Staff)
- The Vatican is stuck in a monarchical past (Tom Roberts)
- Beginning of conclave is an 'open question' (John L. Allen Jr.)
- Benedict's politics defied categories (Michael Sean Winters)
- The complex legacy of Benedict XVI (John L. Allen Jr.)
- Congregation under Ratzinger silenced many (Zoe Ryan)
- Controversy over Mahony's conclave vote reaches Vatican
- After initial surprise in US, reactions fall across spectrum (NCR Staff)
- Benedict intends to live 'hidden from the world'
- World reacts with papal praise, speculation
- In sisters' case, what is unsaid looms large (Ken Briggs)
- Resignation could redefine the papacy (Joshua J. McElwee)
- Arising issues for the theologian in chief (Joshua J. McElwee)
- A quest for the real Benedict (John Wilkins)
- Social media highlights
- Editorial: Treating tradition with a double standard
- Editorial: Honor his honesty with bolder initiatives