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Danneels, Godfried, 1933-2019

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Personal name headingDanneels, Godfried, 1933-2019
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Variant(s)Danneels, Godfried Maria Jules, 1933-2019
Danneels, G. (Godfried), 1933-2019
Other standard no.0000000081678534
Birth date1933-06-04
Death date2019-03-14
Place of birthKanegem (Belgium)
Place of deathMechelen (Belgium)
AffiliationCatholic Church. Military Ordinariate of Belgium
Catholic Church. Archdiocese of Mechelen-Brussels
Catholic Church. Diocese of Antwerp (Belgium)
Profession or occupationCardinals
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Found innuc91-2963: His Réjouis-toi, Marie, 1985 (hdg. on ODaU-M rept.: Danneels, Godfried, Cardinal, 1933- ; usage: Godfried Danneels)
Essays. Selections. English. Words of life, c1991-: v. 1, t.p. (Godfried Cardinal Danneels) p. 4 of cover (Archbishop of Malines-Brussels (Belgium); elevated to Cardinal in 1983)
L'humanité de Dieu, c1994: t.p. (Cardinal G. Danneels) p. 211 (b. 6/4/33 in Kanegem, Flanders)
New York times website, viewed March 25, 2019 (in obituary published March 24: Cardinal Godfried Danneels; Godfried Maria Jules Danneels, born June 4, 1933 in Kanegem, Belgium; died March 14, 2019 in Mechelen, aged 85; liberal supporter of Pope Francis and a former Vatican adviser whose long pastoral career was damaged in a sex-abuse scandal after his retirement)
Catholic-Hierarchy website, viewed March 25, 2019 (Godfried Cardinal Danneels; born June 4, 1933; ordained priest, August 17, 1957; appointed Bishop of Antwerp, November 4, 1977; ordained bishop, December 18, 1977; appointed Archbishop of Malines-Brussels, December 19, 1979; appointed Military Bishop of Belgium, September 15, 1980; elevated to cardinal and appointed Cardinal-Priest of Sant'Anastasia, February 2, 1983; retired as archbishop, January 18, 2010; retired as military bishop, February 27, 2010; died March 14, 2019, Mechelen)
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