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--Titus 1:9, Revised Standard Version
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Evangelization will be his primary focus, he said after a press conference Saturday, citing the 2000 Apostolic Letter by Pope John Paul II in which the late pontiff urged his church "to take up her evangelizing mission with fresh enthusiasm."
[Robert] Guglielmone said that reiterating the message of Jesus Christ was the "challenge of the century."
He is leaving the sixth-largest U.S. diocese, with about 1.4 million Catholics, for one whose population is approximately 176,000. Before he became rector of Rockville Centre's St. Agnes Cathedral, Guglielmone was the diocesan director of clergy personnel, overseeing 450 priests and 300 deacons, he said. By contrast, South Carolina has a total of about 130 priests and 100 deacons.
"I am both humbled and grateful that His Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI would entrust this awesome ministry to me," he said Saturday morning. "I must admit that I am a bit anxious about leaving Long Island where I have spent almost my whole life. However, I do trust in the Lord and am very encouraged by the wonderful sense of Southern hospitality I have already experienced."
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