On Thursday evening, as Pope Benedict XVI officially retired from his post, "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomed Monsignor Christopher Nalty of the archdiocese of New Orleans to the program.
"We really have to think about who we would pick, who do we want to lead the church?" said the former Vatican official when asked to predict the next pope. "I probably couldn't get into any names because I can think of a number of the cardinals there that would make excellent successors of St. Peter."
Also as the Jodi Arias trial continues to unfold, Gus Searcy, Arias' former mentor sat down with Piers Morgan and attorney Gloria Allred in studio.
Searcy, who was the first witness called by the defense, noted to Morgan and Allred that he felt that Arias had an unhealthy attachment to her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander, the man she is accused of shooting and stabbing to death.
"I'm not saying that, you know, he deliberately had a spell on her. But there was definitely a - she just couldn't seem to get away from him."
"Like the time she came to me to visit to get away from him in the motorhome when he called, she initially wasn't going to answer the phone. And she answered the phone. And then she tried to get off the phone."
Watch the clips, and listen to the interviews as Searcy tells Morgan and Allred how Arias had called him soon after the killing.
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