San Diego Bishop Robert McElroy ‘dazed’ at being named cardinal by Pope Francis
Insight about McElroy’s arrangement is being commended by the dedicated who advocate for LGBTQ individuals, workers and work privileges as well as among the people who stand against the politicization of the Eucharist.
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(RNS) — San Diego Bishop Robert McElroy said he was dazed and stunned when he got a 3 a.m. call Sunday morning (May 29), advising him that he had been named by Pope Francis as one of 21 new cardinals.
As an individual from the College of Cardinals, McElroy, 68, will be essential for the congregation body that helps the pope in running the worldwide Catholic Church and choosing another pope after the sitting one passes on or leaves. He will stay in San Diego and will keep on filling in as priest in the U.S.- Mexico line area that serves more than 1.3 million Catholics.
“I’m profoundly respected by this arrangement. I’m especially satisfied that I’m staying here in San Diego on the grounds that it will permit me to proceed with service here. It’s a wonderful city and I would have rather not needed to left it,” McElroy said at a news meeting Tuesday (May 31).