Yes, not always an unbiased source. However it was cut and pasted to Wikipedia from another source that I read some time around the election of Pope Benedict, with only minor changes. I will hopefully be able to find the original that Wikipedia got the information from. (Sorry I forgot to post the source in the original posting.) I’m usually a little more careful about sources.
While I did use part of the Wikipedia article as a source for the statements about Cardinal Martini’s liberal bias, and statements that many would see as counter to what the Church holds, I started the search for material based on a vauge memory that at the Conclaves that elected Popes John Paul I and John Paul II his name was bantered around by the press, to the delight of the Left and the horror of the Traditionalist communities.