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Popes rarely resign. And when they have done so in the past it has been either under duress or willfully but with dire consequences. The saintly Pope Celestine V barely had time to enjoy his retirement benefits; his successor, Boniface VIII, preferred to keep him on a short lease.
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Vatican expert Michael Higgins explains what brought down the Pope: Disloyal colleagues and a disdainful public. http://t.co/jAvLJinw

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