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Dr. Scott Hahn Visits Cardinal Burke in Rome
published 4 March 2014 by Corpus Christi Watershed

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An enjoyable visit this morning with Cardinal Burke, a godly prince-of-a-Prefect (of the Apostolic Signatura) and a friend of many years … God bless our good shepherds!

754 Hahn Burke


Photo courtesy of the public FB page of Cardinal Burke.