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Witness: Cardinal DiNardo complained of leg problems during parish ceremony
Cardinal Daniel DiNardo left a religious ceremony at the Sacred Heart Co-Cathedral in a wheel chair the same night he suffered what doctors diagnosed as a "mild stroke," according to a witness and a Catholic insider blog The 69-year-old cardinal was leading the Stations of the Cross ceremony across the street from the downtown Houston chancery Friday night when church attendee Jared Gogets noticed DiNardo was "having problems standing and walking." The cardinal then complained that something was wrong with his leg, the witness said "He looked like he was fine until about the third station," said Gogets, who attends St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church in Houston. "It looked like he almost fell over." Deacons…