In this photo taken May 18, 2012 photo Cardinal Angelo Scola, Archbishop of Milan, gestures during a press conference in Milan, Italy. Angelo Scola, the archbishop of Milan, is seen as Italy's best chance at reclaiming the papacy, following back-to-back popes from outside the country that had a lock on the job for centuries. The powerful cardinal displays not only an ease with youth but also a desire to make himself understood _ a vital quality for a church that is bleeding membership. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)

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In this photo taken May 18, 2012 photo Cardinal Angelo Scola, Archbishop of Milan, gestures during a press conference in Milan, Italy. Angelo Scola, the archbishop of Milan, is seen as Italy's best chance at reclaiming the papacy, following back-to-back popes from outside the country that had a lock on the job for centuries. The powerful cardinal displays not only an ease with youth but also a desire to make himself understood _ a vital quality for a church that is bleeding membership. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
In this photo taken May 18, 2012 photo Cardinal Angelo Scola, Archbishop of Milan, gestures during a press conference in Milan, Italy. Angelo Scola, the archbishop of Milan, is seen as Italy's best chance at reclaiming the papacy, following back-to-back popes from outside the country that had a lock on the job for centuries. The powerful cardinal displays not only an ease with youth but also a desire to make himself understood _ a vital quality for a church that is bleeding membership. (AP Photo/Antonio Calanni)
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