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His Eminence

Joseph-Marie Tr?nh V?n C?n
Cardinal, Archbishop of Hanoi
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ArchdioceseHanoi
Installed27 November 1978
Term ended18 May 1990
PredecessorJoseph Marie Tr?nh Nh? Khuê
SuccessorPaul Joseph Ph?m ?ình T?ng
Other postsCardinal-Priest of Santa Maria in Via (1979-1990)
Orders
Ordination8 December 1949
Consecration2 June 1963
Created cardinal30 June 1979
by John Paul II
RankCardinal-Priest
Personal details
Born(1921-03-19)March 19, 1921
But Dong village, Hà Nam Province, Vietnam
DiedMay 18, 1990(1990-05-18) (aged 69)
Hanoi, Vietnam
NationalityVietnamese
Previous postTitular Archbishop of Aela & Coadjutor Archbishop of Hanoi (1963-1978)
MottoCaritas gaudiam pax
(Love, joy, peace)
Coat of armsJoseph-Marie Tr?nh V?n C?n's coat of arms
Styles of
Joseph-Marie Tr?nh V?n C?n
External Ornaments of a Cardinal Bishop.svg
Reference styleHis Eminence
Spoken styleYour Eminence
Informal styleCardinal
SeeHanoi

Joseph-Marie Tr?nh V?n C?n (19 March 1921 - 18 May 1990[1][2]) was a Vietnamese cardinal[3] of the Catholic Church. He was the Archbishop of Hanoi from 1978 until his death. He became a cardinal in 1979, ordained by Pope John Paul II.[4][5]

He was born in Ha Nam. In 1949, he was ordained a priest. At 1963, Pope John XXIII appointed him to be a Titular Archbishop of Aela and Coadjutor Archbishop of Hanoi. He became Archbishop of Hanoi in 1978, after the death of Joseph-Marie Tr?nh Nh? Khuê. He died in May 18, 1990 after a heart attack.[6] Successor by Paul Joseph Ph?m ?ình T?ng.

References

  1. ^ "Joseph-Marie Cardinal Trinh van-Can". Catholic-Hierarchy. January 30, 2015. Archived from the original on January 4, 2016. Retrieved 2015.CS1 maint: unfit url (link)
  2. ^ "c H?ng y Phaolô Giuse PH?M ?ÌNH T?NG". H?i ng giám m?c Vi?t Nam. July 11, 2015. Archived from the original on 2016. Retrieved 2019.CS1 maint: unfit url (link)(Vietnamese language) Retrieved 15/02/2019.
  3. ^ Thanh Niên News, (Vietnamese language) Vi?t Nam ?ã có 6 v? c phong H?ng y, 15/02/2019.
  4. ^ A history of the Vietnamese Catholic Church Retrieved 15/02/2019.
  5. ^ NEW CARDINAL´S WITNESS OF LOVE, FORGIVENESS APPRECIATED BY VIETNAMESE Retrieved 15/02/2019.
  6. ^ FOREIGN MINISTER MEETS VATICAN PRELATE DURING ITALY TRIP Retrieved 15/02/2019.

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