At Last, The "Vice-Wuerl" Gets The Call – Pope Taps DC's Knestout For Richmond

Posted December 6, 2017 12:35 pm by Editor

At Last, The "Vice-Wuerl" Gets The Call – Pope Taps DC's Knestout For Richmond

After months of rumblings over his future, Bishop Barry Knestout can finally breathe easy – expected from very early in the year, the Pope’s choice of the 55 year-old vicar-general of Washington as the 13th bishop of Richmond indeed came to pass at Roman Noon yesterday.In the post overseeing the massive 33,000 square mile bulk of Virginia stretching from the Atlantic’s Eastern Shore to the Kentucky border – all of it home to some 250,000 Catholics – the top deputy to Cardinal Donald Wuerl (duo seen above) succeeds Bishop Francis DiLorenzo, whose death from kidney failure in August remains a

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