Kenrick-Glennon alum promoted to Diocese of Orange, Calif.

Tim Rue | Catholic News Service
Since submitting his resignation in November 2011, in keeping with the canon law requiring bishops to submit their resignation upon reaching age 75, Bishop Tod D. Brown of Orange said "speculation has been rampant in our diocese" about his successor. It was the subject of "clergy cocktail gossip" and the cause of "furrowed brows among the (chancery) staff," he said at a news conference Sept. 21. "Today," he added, "the speculation ends."

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