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Suenens, Léon Joseph, 1904-1996

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Personal name headingSuenens, Léon Joseph, 1904-1996
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Variant(s)Suenens, Leo Jozef, 1904-1996
Suenens, Cardinal (Léon Joseph), 1904-1996
Suenens, L.-J. (Léon Joseph), 1904-1996
Suenens, Léon Joseph, Cardinal, 1904-
Biography/History noteS. Th.D., Ph.D., J.C.
Associated countryBelgium
Associated placeBrussels (Belgium)
Birth date1904-07-16
Death date1996-05-06
Place of birthIxelles (Belgium)
Place of deathBrussels (Belgium)
AffiliationCatholic Church. Archdiocese of Mechelen-Brussels
Profession or occupationCardinals
Theologians Bishops
Found inPaschen, 1939: title page (L. Suenens)
Charismatic renewal and social action, 1979: title page (Cardinal Léon-Joseph Suenens)
Culte du moi et foi chrétienne, 1985: title page (Cardinal Suenens) page 10 (L.-J. Cardinal Suenens)
New Catholic encyclopedia. Second edition, 2003: volume 13, page 585 (Suenens, Leon-Joseph; ecumenist and cardinal archbishop of Mechelen-Brussels, Belgium; born July 16, 1904, in Brussels; died May 6, 1996, in Brussels; studied at the Pontificia Università gregoriana)
French Wikipedia, viewed December 12, 2020 (Léon-Joseph Suenens; born July 16, 1904, in Ixelles, near Brussels: died May 6, 1996, in Brussels; Roman Catholic cardinal; primate of Belgium; played a major role at the Second Vatican Council; he was raised to the cardinalate by Pope John XXIII on March 19, 1962)
Bibliothèque nationale de France online catalog, viewed 2020 (authorized access point: Suenens, Leo Jozef (1904-1996); other data in authority record: cardinal; archbishop of Malines-Bruxelles from 1961 to 1979; ordained to the priesthood in 1927)
Associated languagefre