History happened April 16, 2008, when Pope Benedict XVI met with President Bush at the White House. Never before has such an event taken place. An event of “Tremendous religious significance”, CNN declared as it began. (CNN, 4-16-08). By the time his visit was over the Catholic media was in a swoon, and the Roman Church was ecstatic, euphoric, wildly energized. Pope Benedict repeatedly made it brazenly clear that he was celebrating in this visit to America the Jesuit John Carroll, first Roman Catholic bishop in America, and the establishment of the first American archdiocese in Baltimore, with its dioceses in Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Louisville.
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