Thomas Rausch

Loyola Marymount University

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Jesuit priest; professor of theological studies and former chair of the department at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California

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During a recent summit of Roman Catholic leaders, one conservative bishop accused liberal colleagues of "doing the devil's work."

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Pope Francis is in Rio de Janeiro  tonight, his first return to South America since taking charge of the Holy See.

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Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina is now the 266th leader of the Church of Rome. He is known for simple living and care for the poor.

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Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina is now the 266th leader of the Church of Rome. He is known for simple living and care for the poor.

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