Pope Francis startled the kiosk owner who delivered his daily paper in Buenos Aires with a personal call to cancel the paper, according to Daniel Del Regno..
"I was in shock, I broke down in tears and didn't know what to say," Del Regno told the Argentinean daily La Nación. "He thanked me for delivering the paper all this time and sent best wishes to my family."
Del Regno recalled he had asked Cardinal Bergoglio if he thought he would be elected Pope before he left for Rome.
"He answered me, 'That is too hot to touch. See you in 20 days, keep delivering the paper'. And the rest is, well, history," he told the newspaper.