Jesuits stunned by choice of a fellow order member as pope
(MCT) VATICAN CITY — Few people were more shocked at the choice of a Jesuit as pope than the Jesuits.
There had never been a Jesuit pope before Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina was elected last week, and he was the only Jesuit among the 115 cardinals who voted in the papal conclave. (The only other one, from Indonesia, was too ill to attend.)
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