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Chaput A Long Shot to Lead U.S. Bishops

Archbishop Charles Chaput, the current shepherd of the archdiocese of Denver, is one of ten bishops in the running to take over as head of U.S. Conference of Bishops when they elect a new president at their meeting next week.

Odds are stacked against him, as the vice-president, currently Bishop William Skylstad, almost always takes over the presidency. But Skylstad is currently the bishop of Spokane, which recently declared bankruptcy, so some are speculating he may not be as much of a shoe in as usual.

Chaput is highly doubtful he will get the nod, but stranger things (like a Polish pope) have happened.


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