FILE - In this May 27, 2005 file photo released by the Vatican paper L'Osservatore Romano Pope Benedict XVI greets Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini at the Vatican. Pope have punished Jesuits theologians for being too progressive in preaching and teaching. The last pontiff, Benedict, politely but firmly sent a letter to the Jesuit's leader inviting members to pledge "total adhesion" to Catholic doctrine, including on divorce, homosexuality and liberation theology. Now the pope is a Jesuit, the first ever from the missionary order's well-educated and savvy ranks in its nearly 500-year-long history, and Francis just heard the church cardinals pledge allegiance to him. Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini in a interview published shortly after he died last year called for radical change in the Vatican, lamenting the church was 200 years behind the times. (AP Photo/L'Osservatore Romano)

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FILE - In this May 27, 2005 file photo released by the Vatican paper L'Osservatore Romano Pope Benedict XVI greets  Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini at the Vatican. Pope have punished Jesuits theologians for being too progressive in preaching and teaching. The last pontiff, Benedict, politely but firmly sent a letter to the Jesuit's leader inviting members to pledge "total adhesion" to Catholic doctrine, including on divorce, homosexuality and liberation theology. Now the pope is a Jesuit, the first ever from the missionary order's well-educated and savvy ranks in its nearly 500-year-long history, and Francis just heard the church cardinals pledge allegiance to him. Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini in a interview  published shortly after he died last year called for radical change in the Vatican, lamenting the church was 200 years behind the times. (AP Photo/L'Osservatore Romano)
FILE - In this May 27, 2005 file photo released by the Vatican paper L'Osservatore Romano Pope Benedict XVI greets Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini at the Vatican. Pope have punished Jesuits theologians for being too progressive in preaching and teaching. The last pontiff, Benedict, politely but firmly sent a letter to the Jesuit's leader inviting members to pledge "total adhesion" to Catholic doctrine, including on divorce, homosexuality and liberation theology. Now the pope is a Jesuit, the first ever from the missionary order's well-educated and savvy ranks in its nearly 500-year-long history, and Francis just heard the church cardinals pledge allegiance to him. Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini in a interview published shortly after he died last year called for radical change in the Vatican, lamenting the church was 200 years behind the times. (AP Photo/L'Osservatore Romano)
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