Cardinal-designate Burke has rich history in St. Louis

Consistory of Cardinals - from Rome with Teak Phillips and Jennifer Brinker - Expanded Coverage
Jerry Naunheim Jr.
Cardinal-designate Raymond L. Burke was sad to leave the Archdiocese of St. Louis after just four years and five months of service. He called serving as Archbishop of St. Louis an honor and gift. The cardinal-designate was installed as the eighth Archbsishop of St. Louis in January 2004 and was appointed prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura in Rome in June 2008. Ordained to the priesthood at the Vatican in 1975, he was installed as bishop of his native LaCrosse, Wis., Diocese in 1995.

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