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Vatican City — One of the members of the Council of Cardinals said the group is considering whether to advise Pope Francis to make it mandatory for Vatican ambassadors to consult with laypeople before making recommendations for possible new bishops in the Catholic Church.Indian Cardinal Oswald Gracias suggested the nine-member group might recommend that ambassadors be instructed to consult with members of a diocese's pastoral or finance councils before passing on names of who to consider for bishop."This is a central matter for the church," Gracias said in a June 15 NCR interview.Smith, in fact, had just returned from Los Angeles, where he auditioned for parts in shows such as the upcoming Cinemax dramatic thriller "Quarry."It's been nearly 15 years since Smith began his acting career.But what had seemed like a promising start with early parts in "Oz" and "The Wire" — not to mention a starring nod to his own smoking ways in the 2001 stoner comedy "How High" — have recently dissipated into less meaningful roles. This last weekend Smith was on the big screen in "The Cobbler," the new body-switching dramedy from the humanist director Tom Mc Carthy.