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pAGE,z AoN. ,2 ' | ' Canterbury, I want to be a past i:'{ .... kJl ll / ] archbishop, and care for those pe0 i' ,' l ....... :::; f tK" B who are going to be hurt, whatever cision is made." Ill ,. ,, I-... ,,.,-. = Carey said that one of his other ties will be the environment. ! London (CNS) - Anglicanism's newly- continuation of the excellent working "My wife and I have lived very sinapl] [~ ~ appinted spiritual leader favrs ecu- relatinship which I have enjyed with in whateverjb we have had'" he said'~i ] menical links with the Catholic Church Runcie." don't think that will ever change." [ and shares with Pope John Paul II a sense Bishop Cormac Murphy-O'Connor of Carey left school at 15 with little in de ~ j~!!~ '~1 of mission toward the environment. He Arundel and Brighton, co-chair of the way of formal educational aualificati01~| also plans to lead the Church of England Anglican-Roman Catholic International and told reporters that for two years ii the into ordaining women. Commission, called Carey a man of terward he was "unchurched. i[ th( The new Archbishop of Canterbury, 54- ecumenical vision." But he later in life gained a reputati i pfi year-old Bishop George Carey of Bath and At a press conference on the day hisas a scholar, earning a doctorate for J[ Wells, England, is to succeed Archbishop appointment was made public, Carey told study of church order, and was a lecttirtl[ri0six Robert Runcie early next year as head of reporters that he was ready to back at three Anglican colleges. 1 the world's nearly 70 million Anglicans. women's ordination, despite opposition. His theology is traditional. Ns The announcement of his appointment The ordination of women is obviouslyCarey has suggested that clergy,ast was made July 25 by Prime Minister one thing that I hope we will settle as a cluding bishops, should no longer Sh The newly named Archbishop of Margaret Thatcher's office, church, the bishop said. I have always appointed for life. He also said that bi [ Canterbury, George Carey, holding Reaction from British Catholic leaders been a supporter of the ordination of ops should be reviewed by a group I his grandsons. Carey has been the was positive, women to the priesthood. I am well aware their peers every five years, and if bishop of Bath and Wells, England, Cardinal George Basil Hume of of the fears of many people. People are essary, be encouraged to step down if It[ On for the past three years. Westminster said "I look forward to a going to be hurt. As the archbishop of is felt they are not serving well. Retri The matter became public when the known for his fiery support for the then- has been reduced to 15 years, said Jo[ 's killer: solidarity daily Gazeta Wyborcza in mid- banned Solidarity independent tradethe letter he felt he was unfaifl![ union movement shouldering the burden ofres onsibili ! July printed a letter sent by the officer, . p . Capt. Grzegorz Piotrowski, to Gen. He was kidnapped and killed in 1984 and suggested his real crime was iP! Warsaw, Poland (CNS) - A Polish security police officer jailed for killing a pro-solidarity priest in 1984 told the Interior minister of the then-Commu- nist government two years later that he acted out of duty "and you know it," a Polish newspaper reported. Dennis Kellar, M.S. of New Life Counseling Services Nightly Wally Gieringer Mike Wallace 2721 Kavanaugh 663-1196 Czeslaw Kiszczak in 1986 concerning the murder of Rev. Jerzy Popieluszko. "Our action, sir, was not an act of 'extreme lawlessness' butan act of de- votion and subordiqation to the service, and you know it," Piotrowski wrote. The letter raises questions of what Kiszczak knew about the slaying. 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