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Bishop Donald Kettler, Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
Bishop Donald Kettler, Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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Installation Of Bishop Kettler Being Held On Wednesday, Thursday [INTERVIEW]

The Catholic Diocese of St. Cloud will be getting a new bishop tomorrow (Wednesday). Bishop Donald Kettler will be installed as the ninth bishop of the diocese.

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Bishop Donald Kettler, Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
Bishop Donald Kettler, Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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UPDATE: Bishop Donald Kettler From Fairbanks To Take Over The Diocese Of St. Cloud [AUDIO]

The Catholic Diocese of St. Cloud is announcing a new Bishop this (Friday) morning. Bishop Donald Kettler of Fairbanks, Alaska will be introduced at a news conference has been scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Spokeswoman Jane Marrin says Kettler will start on November 7th.

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Bishop John Kinney, St. Cloud Diocese
Bishop John Kinney, St. Cloud Diocese
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Bishop Kinney Talks to WJON News On Retirement, New Pope [AUDIO]

Now that the Catholic Church has selected a new Pope, Bishop John Kinney of the St. Cloud Diocese has resumed planning for his retirement. Kinney sent in his letter of resignation when he turned 75 years old last June, which is required by the church.

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Bishop Kinney: Pope’s Resignation “Came As a Complete Surprise”

Bishop John Kinney says Pope Benedict XVI's resignation this (Monday) morning came as a "complete surprise" to him. A Pope resigning hasn't happened in 600 years.

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St. Cloud Diocese
St. Cloud Diocese
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St. Cloud Bishop Reaches Mandatory Retirement Age

The bishop of the Diocese of St. Cloud is submitting his resignation to Pope Benedict XVI because he's reached the mandatory retirement age of 75. Bishop John Kinney probably won't be going anywhere very soon.

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St. Cloud Bishop Apologizes for Alleged Abuse

The Roman Catholic bishop of St. Cloud indicates his diocese learned in the 1990s about sexual misconduct allegations against an ex-deacon.

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