Pope Francis hinted at his possible retirement on the plane ride home from a six day trip to Canada. The Pope said that he can no longer travel like he used to, due to knee problems, and said retirement was a “normal option.”
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Price said he is stepping down to dedicate more time to “fighting false allegations.”
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