Religion Professor Forsees Continuation of John Paul II's Papacy Robert Siegel talks with Thomas Groome, a professor of religious education at Boston College, about the papal election of Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger. Groome senses surprise and perhaps disappointment among American Catholics who had hoped for a more centrist choice.
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Religion Professor Forsees Continuation of John Paul II's Papacy

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Religion Professor Forsees Continuation of John Paul II's Papacy

Religion Professor Forsees Continuation of John Paul II's Papacy

Religion Professor Forsees Continuation of John Paul II's Papacy

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Robert Siegel talks with Thomas Groome, a professor of religious education at Boston College, about the papal election of Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger. Groome senses surprise and perhaps disappointment among American Catholics who had hoped for a more centrist choice.