A Black Pope: views from the pews of a West African Catholic church in London
The prospect of a black pope in our lifetime has become a possibility since the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI. Ghanaian cardinal Peter Turkson is a bookies favourite, and a Nigerian candidate is in the running. So how are the faithful taking the news? This report, by BBC UK Black reporter Colleen Harris, was recording in London at one of the most multi-ethnic Catholic churches.
Available since: Tue 19 Feb 2013
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