Editor’s Note: Where a Pope is buried is the decision of his successor, however, who can always change it. And considering that Santa Maria Maggiore is the most beloved Church at Rome, as it houses both the relic of the Holy Crib of Christ, the miraculous image of Our Lady Salus Populi Romani, the tomb of Saint Pius V, and is ornamented by the gold captured at Lepanto, it is unlikely that a Catholic pope will respect his decision. — Indeed, as the first pope from the peripheries and on account of his very anti-Roman character, I think it would be more appropriate to bury him at Waitangi, in Chatham Islands, New Zealand, which is the point on the globe of the earth, directly opposite and furthest from the City of Rome.
This is where my readers in New Zealand can start a petition and do something good for the Church of Rome!
CREDITS: The featured image is of Waitangi, Chatham Islands, New Zealand. from Google.com. Source unknown.