New York’s new archbishop, back in Rome, looks to future

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VATICAN CITY — In a ceremony in St. Peter’s Basilica on Monday (June 29), Pope Benedict XVI placed a thin strip of white lamb’s wool around the necks of 34 recently appointed archbishops from around the world, including five from the United States. The band of wool, known as a “pallium,” symbolizes the responsibilities that […]

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