On the front page of today's Philadelphia Inquirer (the local big-city newspaper) was a full-color picture of the newly placed head priest (pardon my terminology as I am sure it is incorrect) of the Philadelphia archdiocese in his strinking red uniform being appointed a cardinal by Pope John Paul II. A cardinal? If there is a precedent in the Holy Bible for this I can't come up with it off the top of my head. Why the name of the office? What are his duties? What is the history of this office?