In the past, cardinals were the focus of the medieval church, where the sounds of the church bells could be heard during prayers.
But over time, the sounds became lost to history.
Now, the Vatican’s cardinals have taken on a new role: the Vatican sound, which has become a powerful symbol of the Vatican.
As a result, the sound of the cardinals has become one of the most recognizable parts of the basilica, and it has become an annual ritual for many Catholics to honor the cardinal.
The cardinals also are the first in the world to be honored in this way.
“Cardinal sounds are a universal human experience, which is why they are a source of great joy for our church,” said Father Daniel Sperling, pastor of the St. Paul’s Cathedral in Los Angeles.
“The cardinals are the people who inspire us in the most profound ways.”
The Vatican sound has become such a popular part of the cathedral that many people have taken to recording the sounds during their own worship service.
“I love the Vatican because they are the church,” a man named Paul told The Associated Press in a recording posted on YouTube.
“They are the voice of the pope.
They are the one who tells us what is going on.
They can inspire us.”
For the Vatican, the cardinal sound is the foundation of the Catholic Church.
Its most popular function is the Holy Eucharist, when the pope blesses the bread and wine during the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.
But in recent years, it has been increasingly used to help people deal with difficult feelings.
Pope Francis also has called the cardioid sound “the heart of our life,” and in 2015, he said that it “transforms our life.”
It has also helped the Vatican become a global cultural icon.
“It is a part of our identity and our culture,” said Cardinal Gerhard Müller, head of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments.
“We have a history of being in the middle of the world, but we’ve also got this very special part in our life where we have a place that is very spiritual.”