The pope's retirement deal is likely way better than yours
4 hrs ago
Don't pity the pope as he heads into retirement today: He's getting a pretty sweet deal. Not only will the soon-to-be pope emeritus be handed a monthly pension of about $3,300, he'll also have all his living expenses spacious home, home-cooked meals, housekeeping staff paid for by the church. Plus, he'll continue to enjoy the Vatican's generous private health-care coverage. Compare that to the average American retiree, who receives about $1,200 a month in Social Security and lives in fear of spiraling health-care costs not covered by Medicare. The pope's parachute looks downright golden, no matter what angle you holy see it from
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The Meek Shall inherit the Earth?
by Cuttler 8 years ago
Have there been any popes elected outside Europe? Who and from which country?
by Juan Rivera 8 years ago
Be honest what do you have to say about the popes resignation
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