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Bransfield: Decision Shows Devotion

February 11, 2013

WHEELING — The bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston in West Virginia says Pope Benedict XVI’s decision to resign shows his love and devotion for the church. Bishop Michael J....

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intresting

Feb-11-13 12:01 PM

As a confirmed Catholic, I wish Bransfield will follow the Pope's lead. He's as crooked as a dog's leg.

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richardwhee

Feb-11-13 3:00 PM

Too bad that more priests, bishops etc. don't feel the same way. We have seen how devoted some have been with kids.

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richardwhee

Feb-11-13 3:00 PM

Too bad that more priests, bishops etc. don't feel the same way. We have seen how devoted some have been with kids.

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richardwhee

Feb-11-13 3:01 PM

Too bad that more priests, bishops etc. don't feel the same way. We have seen how devoted some have been with kids.

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CCHSFAN

Feb-11-13 4:21 PM

Granted, the Catholic Church screwed up..no wait..some high ranking officials of the the Catholic Church screwed up. Now they are trying to prevent it from happening anymore but remember there are problems of the same nature with other religions, with politicians, with Police, Fire Dept, Schools..we need to fix the "whole" problem. The Catholic Church is the faith of the people, all the members, not just the higher ups. Look in your closet, then you can keep condemming.

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