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A closer look at Cupich from those that know the Bishop best

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Chicago's new Catholic Archbishop is back in Washington state after attending a conference in the Chicago area. He is back to work with a full schedule in the diocese he'll leave shortly.

Archbishop Blase Cupich has led 100,000 Catholics in Spokane for the last four years.

Members of his flock at Gonzaga University where Bishop Cupich was installed as the head of the Spokane say they are sad to see him go.

WGN’s Dina Bair spoke with those that know Bishop Cupich well, what he means to them and what he could mean for the Chicago Archdiocese.

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