Benedict makes the cover of the New Yorker

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This week’s cover by Barry Blitt, “Sic Transit Gloria Mundi,” is not the first time that a Pope has been portrayed on our cover. “I wish I could say something in Latin to make the image sound smart,” said Blitt, when asked what inspired him.

The New Yorker has other pope-themed illustrations on display at its website.  

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