ROME (New York Daily News) — The Vatican ambassador to the U.S. who arranged the 2015 meeting between Jorge Bergoglio, also known to Roman Catholics as Pope Francis, and controversial Kentucky clerk Kim Davis is set to be replaced, according to reports.
Italian Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò will be replaced by French-born Archbishop Christophe Pierre, the Catholic magazine America reported, citing Italian blogger Sandro Magister.
The Italian clergyman is currently the apostolic nuncio to the U.S., a position similar to a Vatican ambassador.
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