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February 23, 2012

essons from the consistory

The Catholic Review Editor’s note: Cardinal O’Brien gave the following homily at the consistory pilgrimage farewell Mass at the Pontifical North American College Feb. 20 in Rome. There are two reasons why I think it is fitting to conclude this Consistory pilgrimage here at the Pontifical North American College. First, for us Baltimoreans, there has...
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