Cardinal George final interview as archbishop

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Francis Cardinal George is speaking out as he prepares to hand over the reins in the Catholic Church in Chicago.

During his time, there were closing parishes and growth and the realization of mistakes in the church sex abuse scandal.

But as the Cardinal points out, he made a lasting impression on Catholics in Chicago.

He says people write to him now and tell him how he changed their lives.

Cardinal George's successor, Archbishop Blasé Cupich will be installed on November 18th.


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  • Rick Garcia

    The poor man is so clueless. His remark about gay and lesbian people and their families shows how at best he is uninformed and at worst just a mean old man. He says there is a difference between coming in and ‘demanding’ that everything they do is approved and coming in and asking forgiveness. Sheesh! Gay people and their families have not demanded anything but justice and fairness. They have asked to be treated fairly and equitably, not to be lied about and not to be attacked in our legislatures by his high-priced lobbyists and lawyers. This pedophile protecting prelate has no moral authority to criticize anyone. If anyone needs to beg for forgiveness it is he.

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