Michael Barber

John Paul the Great Catholic University

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Academic Dean and Professor of Theology, Scripture and Catholic Thought at John Paul the Great Catholic University in San Diego, California

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Three days after Benedict XVI made himself Pope Emeritus by  resignation , the College of Cardinals gathered today at the Vatican.

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Cardinal Roger Mahony has introduced Los Angeles to the next man who  will lead the nation's largest archdiocese .

Pope Appoints Latino Archbishop to Succeed LA's Cardinal Mahony

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