Andrew Small

Director, US Conference of Catholic Bishops' Office for the Church in Latin America

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Director of the Office for the Church in Latin America at the US Conference of Catholic Bishops

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LA's Cardinal Roger Mahoney is a relatively liberal leader of Irish-American stock.  To replace him,  Pope Benedict XVI has named Jose Gomez , an immigrant from Mexico, who's also…

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