Interim Boston Archbishop Pope John Paul II names auxiliary bishop Richard Lennon to take temporary charge of the Boston Archdiocese, after Cardinal Bernard Law resigns as archbishop. Meanwhile, Catholic lay groups lobby for a voice in the choice of Law's successor. Hear NPR's Duncan Moon and Larry Stammer of the Los Angeles Times

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Pope John Paul II names auxiliary bishop Richard Lennon to take temporary charge of the Boston Archdiocese, after Cardinal Bernard Law resigns as archbishop. Meanwhile, Catholic lay groups lobby for a voice in the choice of Law's successor. Hear NPR's Duncan Moon and Larry Stammer of the Los Angeles Times

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