5 edition of Cardinal Thomas Winning found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||MLCS 2004/05740 (B)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||189 p. :|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||00456922|
The late Cardinal Thomas Joseph Winning was the Archbishop of Glasgow between and His biographer, Stephen McGinty, revealed in This Turbulent Priest: The Life of Cardinal Winning (Harper Collins, ) that at the beginning of the new millennium Winning was both aware and suspicious of the intention of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the . Historical figures fluctuate in value. Thomas Cromwell, King Henry VIII’s factotum, is currently at a premium. This, however, has more to do with the reading public’s taste for historical Author: Rory Rapple.
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Thomas Joseph Cardinal Winning, Scottish cleric (born June 3,Wishaw, Scot.—died JGlasgow, Scot.), was the spiritual leader of Roman Catholics in Scotland; his service as archbishop of Glasgow from until his death—cardinal from —was marked by his unflinching defense of Catholic views on abortion and homosexuality.
He supported the Pro-Life Initiative, a. Cardinal Thomas Winning collapsed in his bedroom at after suffering his second heart attack in 10 days. The year-old-cleric was found unconscious by his housekeeper and pronounced dead at Victoria Infirmary an hour later. The hospital had released him only three days ago, and the Archbishop of Glasgow had walked back to his home in.
Cardinal Thomas Winning, head of the Roman Catholic church in Scotland, is dead. The Queen, the prime minister and the chancellor of the exchequer have paid their tributes. Get this from a library.
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The life of the spiritual pugilist and eminent Scottish Cardinal Thomas Winning, leader of Scotland’s Catholics until his death in June Stephen McGinty tells for the first time the full life story of Cardinal Thomas Winning, arguably the most controversial and pugnacious archbishop in recent British history.5/5(2).
Cardinal Thomas Winning died suddenly at home today after apparently suffering a second heart attack. The year-old leader of Scotland's Roman Catholics had left hospital less than 48 hours.
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Thomas Winning was a Cardinal. 21 May (UTC) Agreed it is unneccessaryDoc g8 June (UTC) External links modified. Hello fellow Wikipedians, I have just added archive links to one external link on Thomas Winning. Please take a moment to review my edit. Synopsis Thomas Joseph Winning is the leader of Scotland's Roman Catholic community and, as a Cardinal, is well known on the international church stage.
After a steady but unspectacular rise through the ranks of the church, he became Archbishop of Glasgow in Winning made history as the Author: Vivienne Belton. MicroData Summary for Thomas Joseph Winning (VIAF: ) Thomas Joseph Cardinal Winning (born 3 Jundied 17 Jun ) Archbishop of Glasgow.
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The late Cardinal Thomas Winning of Glasgow saved St Pope John Paul II’s visit to the UK after it was almost cancelled because of the Falklands War, a new book has revealed. The Keys and The Kingdom by Catherine Pepinster, a former editor of The Tablet magazine, is out later this month, and is a history of the recent relationship.
The life of the spiritual pugilist and eminent Scottish Cardinal Thomas Winning, leader of Scotland’s Catholics until his death in June Stephen McGinty tells for the first time the full life story of Cardinal Thomas Winning, arguably the most controversial and pugnacious archbishop in recent British al Winning’s father was an unemployed miner in Lanarkshire, whose Book Edition: Epub Edition.
CARDINAL Thomas Winning was remembered yesterday as a "superstar of the church" and a man of the people in a funeral mass that paid tribute to his devout faith and his common : Auslan Cramb.
Cardinal Thomas Winning's life will be laid bare in the book, for which London publishers Harper Collins are believed to have paid a five figure sum. A source said last night: "This is going to be a fascinating look at Winning's life.
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