A view of the Pontiff's private apartments, now open to tourists as a museum, at the former summer residence in Castel Gandolfo. Pope Francis has renounced the delights of Castel Gandolfo outside Rome and opened his private apartments to tourists. Pope Francis has visited the palace 15 miles from Rome only a couple of times since his election in 2013, and has never spent the night there.
A view of the Pontiff's private apartments, now open to tourists as a museum, at the former summer residence in Castel Gandolfo. Pope Francis has renounced the delights of Castel Gandolfo outside Rome and opened his private apartments to tourists. Pope Francis has visited the palace 15 miles from Rome only a couple of times since his election in 2013, and has never spent the night there. ALBERTO PIZZOLI AFP/Getty Images
A view of the Pontiff's private apartments, now open to tourists as a museum, at the former summer residence in Castel Gandolfo. Pope Francis has renounced the delights of Castel Gandolfo outside Rome and opened his private apartments to tourists. Pope Francis has visited the palace 15 miles from Rome only a couple of times since his election in 2013, and has never spent the night there. ALBERTO PIZZOLI AFP/Getty Images

Here’s the latest indulgence Pope Francis gave up: His summer palace

October 24, 2016 05:42 PM

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