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Non-Catholics share excitement over new pope

2:19 AM, Mar. 14, 2013
DavidKlutterman
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Though the election of a new pope will hold special meaning for Catholics across the world, non-Catholics also are celebrating the church's new leader.

The Rev. David Klutterman, a pastor at the Episcopal Church of St. John the Baptist in Wausau, said his initial reaction to the announcement that Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina had been elected pope - the first from Latin America - was one of celebration, not only because of his excitement for Catholics but also because of what it might mean for the church.

"There's always some uncertainty that comes with an election of a religious ...

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