COMMENTARY: Reagan’s Senses of Timing and Humor Would Help American Bishops

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c. 2004 Religion News Service (Eugene Cullen Kennedy, a longtime observer of the Roman Catholic Church, is professor emeritus of psychology at Loyola University in Chicago and author of “Cardinal Bernardin’s Stations of the Cross,” published by St. Martin’s Press.) (UNDATED) The late Ronald Reagan had two things that our beleaguered Catholic bishops could use […]

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