Dr. Susan Ross Talks Direction of Catholic Church on WTTW
Dr. Susan Ross recently sat down with WTTW's host Phil Ponce to discuss the direction of the Catholic Church and the Archdiocese of Chicago. The occasion for the conversation was the elevation of Archbishop Blase Cupich to Cardinal by Pope Francis on November 19. The conversation touched on the Pope's recent extension of the to priests that ability to forgive abortion, the recent critical response to Pope Francis' leadership of the church, and how the elevation of Cardinal Cupich fits in with Pope Francis' vision for the leadership of the church. Here is the full interview.
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