March 5, 2013
(Romereports.com) Nearly an hour after the end of the third general congregations, Boston
Cardinal Sean O'Malley said he would likely wear his Capuchin cassock
until his death.
When asked if he would trade it for the white cassock if elected Pope, O'Malley said no, but not as an act of defiance.
CARD. SEAN O'MALLEY
Archbishop of Boston
worn this uniform for over 40 years, and I presume that I will wear it
until I will die, because I don't expect to be elected Pope, so I don't
expect to have a change in wardrobe.”
The archbishop of
Boston, along with Houston Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, answered questions
about the pre-conclave deliberations taking place inside the Vatican.
added that they would like to get as much information about the inner
workings of the Vatican, including the scandal-ridden Curia, to make the
best decision for Pope.