Cardinal Dominik Duka, Archbishop of Prague, will take possession of the titular church of Santi Marcellino e Pietro in Rome on Sunday November 25th, the church he was assigned when he became cardinal. He will formally accept responsibility for the titular church at a mass served by Pope Benedict XVI. The cardinal will manage this new office with the help of an assistant.
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