Biography of a Claretian Bishop on T.V.

Jul 5, 2011 | Cardinals and Bishops, ICT

Lubbock, Texas (USA). “The boy who would become the second Bishop of Lubbock spent his earliest years in Celaya, a city of some 130,000 (40,000 at that time) inhabitants located 125 miles northwest of Mexico City and surrounded by croplands on the high plains of Guanajuato.”

Thus begins the TV program on the biography of Bishop Placido, Rodriguez, CMF, broadcast on News Channel KCBD-11 in Lubbock, Texas.

The author of the biography is Deacon Leroy Behnke, Director of Communications of the Diocese of Lubbock.

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