VATICAN CITY (AP) - The
pope named Bishop Gerhard Ludwig Mueller to head the Vatican's
all-important orthodoxy office Monday, tapping a German theologian like
himself to head the congregation he presided over for nearly a
quarter-century enforcing Catholic doctrine.
Regensburg bishop replaces American Cardinal William Levada, who turned
76 last month and is retiring after seven years at the helm of the
Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, the former Holy Office.
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