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religious studies class of emily mcgowin learns how popes are selected by Larry Burgess

Now what happens?

3:59 PM  Feb 11th, 2013
by Larry Burgess

In the wake of the pope’s plans to resign at the end of this month, students in Emily McGowin’s religious studies class learn how the church is organized. Today, particular attention is given to the magisterium. As McGowin explains, “The magisterium is the teaching authority of the church, which rests in the bishops, the primary teachers. The conclave of cardinals, most of whom are bishops, will elect the next pope.”

2-11-13 by Larry Burgess

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