Culled from the Moynihan Report
The new Pope's bedroom, published before the Conclave, when no one thought it would be the room the Pope would choose to remain in
Everyone likes a home they can be comfortable in. And the new Pope is no exception. And he likes the Domus Santa Marta. He's comfortable there. And so, for the moment, Pope Francis will not move into the grand, majestic Apostolic Palace which overlooks St. Peter's Square, where every Pope since 1903 has lived.