'America' and NBC Interview Blase Cupich

On November 5 America editor in chief Matt Malone, S.J., traveled to Spokane, Washington with Ann Curry and an NBC news team to interview Bishop Blase Cupich, the incoming archbishop of Chicago. 

Watch the report that aired on Sunday night November 16 on NBC Nightly News.

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A podcast interview with Ann Curry, conducted by America Chief Correspondent Kevin Clarke, is available here.

An edited version of the full transcript of the interview is available here

Sister Mary Ann Walsh, U.S. Church correspondent for America, offers her analysis of the interview here.

 

 

Additional video footage from the interview can be viewed below.

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Joshua DeCuir
3 years 5 months ago
So sorry to this story framed as "good" Archbishop Cupich versus mean "combative" conservative Card. George. That really weaknes this piece.
Matthew Sewell
3 years 5 months ago
Bishop Cupich will do well in Chicago, precisely because he shares the same qualities as Cardinal George - humility, love for the Church, and love of Christ. http://mtncatholic.com/2014/11/16/5-reasons-archbishop-cupich-is-perfect-for-chicago-or-anywhere/

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