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Majority of US Catholics want a younger, more progressive pope


MSNBC’s Richard Lui takes a look at the cardinals, who could potentially replace the pope. Only a handful are younger and even fewer, hold more progressive views and some have ‘aged out’ and are past age 80, the threshold for being chosen pope. Lui takes a closer look and explains the historical perspective of the process.