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Paul Joseph Pham Ðình Tung
Cardinal, Archbishop of Hanoi
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ChurchRoman Catholic
ArchdioceseHanoi
Installed1994
Term ended19 February 2005
PredecessorJoseph-Marie Trinh van-Can
SuccessorNgo Quang Kiet
Other postsCardinal-Priest of Santa Maria "Regina Pacis" in Ostia mare
Orders
Ordination6 June 1949
Consecration15 August 1963
Created cardinal26 November 1994
by John Paul II
RankCardinal-Priest
Personal details
Born(1919-06-15)15 June 1919
Hòa Bình, Vietnam
Died22 February 2009(2009-02-22) (aged 89)
NationalityVietnamese
Previous postBishop of Bac Ninh (1963-1994)
MottoCredidimus Caritate
Coat of armsPaul Joseph Pham Ðình Tung's coat of arms

Paul Joseph Ph?m ?ình T?ng (15 June 1919 - 22 February 2009) (Vietnamese: Phao-lô Giu-se Ph?m ?ình T?ng) was a Vietnamese cardinal.[1]

Ecclesiastical career

He was ordained to the priesthood on 6 June 1949. He was pastor of Hàm Long Parish, in Hanoi, Vietnam, from 1950 to 1955. Afterwards he served as Superior of St. John Minor Seminary, in Hanoi, from 1955 to 1963. The Seminary was closed by the State authority in 1960 and never opened again. He was created bishop of Bac Ninh in 1963.[2] He was appointed archbishop of Hanoi in 13 April 1994[3] and elevated to Cardinal in November 1994. He retired as archbishop of Hanoi in 2005 and was succeeded by Archbishop Joseph Ngô Quang Kiêt.[4]

Since nearly the very beginning of his religious life, he was under house arrest, unable to carry out his duties to the nearly 100 parishes under his jurisdiction.

He began to compile in l?c bát the entire life of Jesus, the Gospels, Christian doctrine, and the commandments of God and the Church. He was created a Cardinal-Priest of Santa Maria Regina Pacis in Ostia Mare by John Paul II during the Consistory of 26 November 1994.[1] He resigned the pastoral government of the archdiocese on 19 February 2005. He died on 22 February 2009 at the age of 89.[5] He was succeeded by Joseph Ngô Quang Ki?t.

References

  1. ^ a b M?t Công ngh? H?ng y ?ã r?t g?n - S? có tân H?ng y Vi?t Nam? (by Vietnamese) Retrieved 15 February 2019.
  2. ^ Paul Joseph Cardinal Pham Ðình Tung Retrieved 15 February 2019.
  3. ^ "?HY Phaolô Giuse Ph?m ?ình T?ng - ch?ng nhân l?ch s? GHVN- ?ã qua i" (by Vietnamese) Retrieved 15 February 2019.
  4. ^ catholic-pages bio of Paul Joseph Pham Dinh Tung Retrieved 15 February 2019.
  5. ^ "H?ng y Ph?m ?ình T?ng qua i" (by Vietnamese) Retrieved 15 February 2019.

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