Pope receives first group of US Bishops in Ad Limina Visit


Pope John Paul II received in separate audiences the first group of US bishops on their Ad Limina visit.

The first group of the US episcopate belongs to the South-Eastern region, which includes dioceses in Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas.

On Monday, the Pontiff received Archbishop John Francis Donoghue of Atlanta, Bishop Robert Joseph Baker of Charleston, accompanied by Bishop Emeritus David Bernard Thompson, Bishop Peter Joseph Jugis of Charlotte, accompanied by Bishop Emeritus William George Curlin and Bishop Francis Joseph Gossman of Raleigh.

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