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May 28, 1987 | MARK A. STEIN, Times Staff Writer
Embattled Archbishop Raymond G. Hunthausen accepted his new coadjutor with grace and good humor Wednesday and pledged to work with the Vatican to assuage concerns about the orthodoxy of his ministry. "My overall reaction and response is positive," he said after the church formally announced the full restoration of his powers and the appointment of a coadjutor--an assistant with the right of succession. "The result is a good one and I have no trouble accepting it."
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August 22, 1991 | From Reuters
The Vatican on Wednesday accepted the resignation of Bishop Raymond Hunthausen of Seattle, whose liberal social views once prompted the Holy See to curb his powers. A Vatican statement said that Pope John Paul II had accepted Hunthausen's resignation for health reasons. The bishop, who turned 70 Wednesday, has had two heart attacks. Hunthausen, bishop of Seattle for 16 years, announced his resignation in June. He will be replaced by Bishop Thomas Murphy.
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August 22, 1991 | From Reuters
The Vatican on Wednesday accepted the resignation of Bishop Raymond Hunthausen of Seattle, whose liberal social views once prompted the Holy See to curb his powers. A Vatican statement said that Pope John Paul II had accepted Hunthausen's resignation for health reasons. The bishop, who turned 70 Wednesday, has had two heart attacks. Hunthausen, bishop of Seattle for 16 years, announced his resignation in June. He will be replaced by Bishop Thomas Murphy.
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November 27, 1988 | United Press International
Roman Catholic Archbishop Raymond Hunthausen is scheduled to confer with Pope John Paul II next week in a meeting that could bring peace to the relationship between the Vatican and the prelate, who has become a symbol of the rift between U.S. Catholics and Rome. A church spokesman said the meeting could end the controversy that began late in 1985, when the Vatican stripped Hunthausen of some his key pastoral duties, giving them to Auxiliary Bishop Donald Wuerl.
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November 27, 1988 | United Press International
Roman Catholic Archbishop Raymond Hunthausen is scheduled to confer with Pope John Paul II next week in a meeting that could bring peace to the relationship between the Vatican and the prelate, who has become a symbol of the rift between U.S. Catholics and Rome. A church spokesman said the meeting could end the controversy that began late in 1985, when the Vatican stripped Hunthausen of some his key pastoral duties, giving them to Auxiliary Bishop Donald Wuerl.
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February 10, 1987 | Associated Press
The Vatican, which upset some American bishops when it disciplined Seattle Archbishop Raymond Hunthausen last year, has asked three of the nation's most influential Roman Catholic churchmen to take a new look at the situation. In a brief statement issued through the National Conference of Catholic Bishops, Pope John Paul II's representative to the United States said Monday that two cardinals, Joseph L.
NEWS
April 16, 1987
A report stating the Vatican has formulated a deal to force embattled Seattle Archbishop Raymond Hunthausen into retirement is "incorrect" and was leaked by an "uninformed and irresponsible party," an official in the Seattle archdiocese said. The Very Rev. Michael G. Ryan, vicar general and chancellor of the Seattle archdiocese, sent a letter to priests in the archdiocese urging them to "disregard the National Catholic Register article, because it is not only speculative, it is incorrect."
NEWS
May 27, 1987 | RUSSELL CHANDLER, Times Religion Writer
Pope John Paul II has restored full pastoral powers to embattled Seattle Archbishop Raymond Hunthausen, church sources said Tuesday. In an unprecedented action last year that reverberated throughout American Catholicism, the Vatican stripped Hunthausen of responsibility in five key pastoral areas and assigned it to Auxiliary Bishop Donald Wuerl.
NEWS
April 22, 1987 | RUSSELL CHANDLER, Times Religion Writer
Fearing further disciplinary action against embattled Seattle Archbishop Raymond Hunthausen, a group of priests, nuns and lay people is calling for full restoration of the powers the Vatican removed from him because of his alleged doctrinal laxity. "There is a feeling of urgency. We've got to speak out. This is the first time as a body that we have made a public statement," Father Jerry McCloskey of St. Paul's Catholic Church in Seattle said Tuesday.
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June 28, 1997 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Archbishop Thomas J. Murphy, who came to the Seattle archdiocese in the wake of a stormy dispute over the policies of his predecessor, Raymond G. Hunthausen, has died. He was 64. Murphy, who died Thursday, suffered a brain hemorrhage Wednesday night while hospitalized for treatment of leukemia. The Archdiocese of Seattle, which serves all of Washington state west of the Cascades, has 353,000 Catholics.
NEWS
May 28, 1987 | MARK A. STEIN, Times Staff Writer
Embattled Archbishop Raymond G. Hunthausen accepted his new coadjutor with grace and good humor Wednesday and pledged to work with the Vatican to assuage concerns about the orthodoxy of his ministry. "My overall reaction and response is positive," he said after the church formally announced the full restoration of his powers and the appointment of a coadjutor--an assistant with the right of succession. "The result is a good one and I have no trouble accepting it."
NEWS
May 27, 1987 | RUSSELL CHANDLER, Times Religion Writer
Pope John Paul II has restored full pastoral powers to embattled Seattle Archbishop Raymond Hunthausen, church sources said Tuesday. In an unprecedented action last year that reverberated throughout American Catholicism, the Vatican stripped Hunthausen of responsibility in five key pastoral areas and assigned it to Auxiliary Bishop Donald Wuerl.
NEWS
April 22, 1987 | RUSSELL CHANDLER, Times Religion Writer
Fearing further disciplinary action against embattled Seattle Archbishop Raymond Hunthausen, a group of priests, nuns and lay people is calling for full restoration of the powers the Vatican removed from him because of his alleged doctrinal laxity. "There is a feeling of urgency. We've got to speak out. This is the first time as a body that we have made a public statement," Father Jerry McCloskey of St. Paul's Catholic Church in Seattle said Tuesday.
NEWS
April 16, 1987
A report stating the Vatican has formulated a deal to force embattled Seattle Archbishop Raymond Hunthausen into retirement is "incorrect" and was leaked by an "uninformed and irresponsible party," an official in the Seattle archdiocese said. The Very Rev. Michael G. Ryan, vicar general and chancellor of the Seattle archdiocese, sent a letter to priests in the archdiocese urging them to "disregard the National Catholic Register article, because it is not only speculative, it is incorrect."
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February 10, 1987 | Associated Press
The Vatican, which upset some American bishops when it disciplined Seattle Archbishop Raymond Hunthausen last year, has asked three of the nation's most influential Roman Catholic churchmen to take a new look at the situation. In a brief statement issued through the National Conference of Catholic Bishops, Pope John Paul II's representative to the United States said Monday that two cardinals, Joseph L.
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