Cardinal Gianfranco Ghirlanda has denied reports that he is involved in changing the papal election process to make it more synodal.
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ANALYSIS: Currently, there are 123 cardinal electors; of these, 81 (65%) were created by Pope Francis.
Several of the Church’s 16 new cardinal-electors told the Register about what they hope to see, when the time comes to elect a new pope.
St. Paul VI declared that after reaching the age of 80, a cardinal loses the right to elect the Roman Pontiff and, therefore, the right to take part in the conclave.