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Cardinal Rodolfo Quezada Toruño, of Guatemala, passes away

CARD. RODOLFO QUEZADA TORUÑO ;Archbishop Emeritus of Santiago (Guatemala) “Until we have more Christians, not only with religious cultural roots, but with a truly personal faith, who can discover their vocation to holiness and in their personal lives, ; will we have more a humane and just society.” In 2003, John Paul II named him a cardinal. He took part in the conclave that elected Benedict XVI. But on March 8th, when he turned 80, he lost his voting power. With his death, the number of cardinal non electors is down to 87. While the number of cardinal electors is 122. OFL/KLH RR VM - BN