Milwaukee’s Archbishop fields questions about Pope Francis, gay marriage

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Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome Listecki

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome Listecki was a guest at the Milwaukee Press Club‘s Newsmaker Luncheon on Wednesday afternoon, September 3rd.

Listecki was interviewed by a panel of three journalists including FOX6’s Ted Perry. The conversation covered a wide range of topics regarding the future of the Roman Catholic Church. Each of the panelists asked three questions. Perry’s included questions about the execution of James Foley, Pope Francis and gay marriage.

Listecki was named the 11th archbishop of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee by Pope Benedict XVI. Listecki succeeded the Timothy Dolan, who was named archbishop of New York on February 23, 2009. Listecki previously served as bishop of the Diocese of La Crosse.

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