Not Just Love

Hentoff, Nat
May 2000
New Republic;05/22/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 21, p12
Focuses on the moral character of the late Cardinal John O'Connor. Several personal encounters with O'Connor which reveal his socio-political agenda to be passionate and honest; Tendency of O'Connor to confess fallibility and recognizance that women could serve as priests but not during the life span of Pope John Paul II; Brief information about conflict and resolution between O'Connor and author over the Pope's decision to meet with Austrian leader Kurt Waldheim, who had been accused of war crimes; Opinion of O'Connor regarding the issue that the Pope has been bound by theological tradition.


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