Baton Rouge bishop among La. clergy to meet with Pope Francis in Rome this week
VATICAN CITY - Baton Rouge Bishop Michael Duca and other religious leaders from Louisiana met with the head of the Catholic Church in Rome Tuesday.
On Thursday, Bishop Duca shared photos of his visit with Pope Francis. He was accompanied by other bishops from Region V and Region IV, which includes Louisiana.
The meeting included an open dialogue between the Pope and the clergy members, in which they were able to ask whatever questions they wanted.
Bishop Duca called the meeting the highlight of his ad limina visit.
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