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Cardinal Christoph Schonborn, Unscripted | Salt and Light Catholic Media Foundation
Cardinal Christoph Schonborn, Unscripted
May 17, 2013
This past week Cardinal Christoph Schonborn of Vienna participated in the Leadership Conference at Holy Trinity Brompton, an Anglican parish in the heart of downtown London. Cardinal Schoenborn's presentation was more of a Question and Answer session with Holy Trinity pastor Nicky Gumbel. He spoke about Christian Unity, Pope Francis, the Conclave, and was also asked about his family. In his characteristic style, he spoke openly and diplomatically about his family saying his family were not most exemplary of Catholics. Still, he discovered his faith and his calling at an early age. Watch the full interview in the video above.
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