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Charles Chaput, William Lori and Samuel Aquila, receive the pallium from the Pope

The pallium is a band of lamb's wool that the pope personally delivers each June 29 on the feast of Saints Peter and Paul.

In addition to a symbol of unity with the Pope, it reminds bishops of their role as pastors and they should take good care of their flocks.




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