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Head of Catholic Church in Ireland created a Cardinal

posted on 17 October 2007

The head of the Catholic Church in Ireland, Archbishop Sean Brady, is to be made a Cardinal.

Cardinal Cormac Murphy-OConnor, Archbishop of Westminster, said:

I am delighted that the Holy Father has decided to create Archbishop Sean Brady as a Cardinal.  In a quiet and steadfast way Archbishop Brady has made an outstanding contribution to peace and reconciliation in Northern Ireland.  I myself, together with his countless other friends, warmly welcome this recognition of his devoted service to the Church and his admission to the College of Cardinals.

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posted on 17 October 2007

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