Church in the world: new Cardinals.
The new cardinals fall into two large blocks: residential bishops of large dioceses, and heads of Vatican departments.
The first group consists of Ambrozic (Toronto, 68); Balland (Lyons, France, 64); Carrera (Mexico City, 57); Cheli (Turin, 73); De Giorgi, (Palermo, 66); Fernandes (Belo Horizonto, Brazil, 75); George (Chicago, 61); Pengo, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 54); Schoenborn (Vienna, 53); Shan Kuo-Shi, S.J. (Kaohsiung, Taiwan, 75); Tettamanzi (Genoa, 64); and Varela (Madrid, 62).
Heads of Vatican departments made cardinals are Antonetti (administration, Holy See, 75); Bovone (Saints, 75); Castrillon Hoyos (Clergy, 69); Colasuonno (Papal Nuncio to Italy, 73); Estevez (Worship, 71); Monduzzi (Pope's household, 75); and Stafford (Laity, 66).
In addition, the Pope also appointed as Cardinal a Polish missionary in Zambia, 86-year-old Adam Kozlowiecki, S.J., former Archbishop of Lusaka, Zambia, and a survivor of four years in the concentration camp at Dachau.
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|Date:||Mar 1, 1998|
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