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Question and Answer with Francis Cardinal Arinze and Fr. Kevin Barrett 2009

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A Question and Answer session with Francis Cardinal Arinze and Fr. Kevin Barrett at the 2009 Benefit Dinner in Pittsburgh, PA, LeMont Restaurant.

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    1 year ago

    Thank you. I think, for new Catholics, returning Catholics, and those like me, long Catholic, but interested in re-hearing how the Holy Father came to be, why he is infallible, and acknowledging how the Church views sinful popes of history, would have answered those Catholics on all steps of the ladder.

    In evangelizing, we need to evangelize to the peoples matters of interest...I personally was disappointed. No New news. Nothing to convince me the Catholic Church is right. New or returning Catholics will want scripture and Early Church History, besides the Holy Spirit, to
    communicate why we have a Pope in the Catholic Church. I respect the office of the speaker,
    do not get me wrong. I myself, have trouble communicating what needs said, and maintaining the respect that is due here.

    In the Hearts of Jesus & Mary I pray.

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