Bookies Open Betting on Pope's Successor
By emily
Paddy Power has re-released odds on the identity of the next Pope after Pope John Paul II went into hospital for the second time this year.

Pope John Paul II is recovering in a Rome hospital after surgery to alleviate severe breathing problems. The company has made 70-year-old Cardinal Dionigi Tettamanzi, the Archbishop of Milan, its firm favourite as next leader of the Roman Catholic Church.

Tettamanzi, at 5-2, is ahead of 74-year-old Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze, 3-1, and 68-year-old Jaime Lucas Ortega y Alamino of Cuba, 11-2.

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