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SVC Students in Rome Meet Boston's Cardinal O'Malley

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Posted: Thursday Mar 7, 2013

March 7, 2013

Three of the Saint Vincent College students in Rome with a campus ministry pilgrimage during the historic election of a new pope had an opportunity to meet Cardinal Sean O’Malley, archbishop of Boston, left. The students, continuing from left, are Shauna Hetrick, a senior computing and information science major from Johnstown; Jonathon Jacobeen, a junior philosophy major from Manassas, Virginia; and Ryan Wagner, a freshman business major from Mount Pleasant. Accompanying them was Fr. Killian Loch, O.S.B., standing behind, director of campus ministry. The students had a private guided tour of the Vatican, a tour of Pompeii, Monte Cassino, Subiaco and Assisi and attended Mass at the Patron Saints of Europe Chapel.


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