Bernardin terminally ill

September 1996
Christian Century;9/11/96, Vol. 113 Issue 26, p842
Reports on the terminal liver cancer of Cardinal Joseph Bernardin of Chicago, Illinois. Bernardin's efforts to quell criticism from fellow bishops over his Catholic Common Ground Project; Attempt to heal divisions among liberal and conservative American Catholics; Depressing portrait of Catholic life n the United States; Bernardin's decision to keep a full schedule as much as he possibly can.


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