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us: Joseph Malula, 1917-1989

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    • us: Malula, Joseph, 1917-1989
    • us: Malula, Joseph-Albert, 1917-1989
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    • Birth Place

        (naf) Kinshasa (Congo)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Louvain (Belgium)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Congo (Democratic Republic)
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: (naf) Catholic Church. Archdiocese of Kinshasa (Congo)
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        (lcsh) Cardinals
          (lcsh) Bishops
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        • found: His Directoire de la pastorale du ... 1984: t.p. (cardinal Malula, archevêque de Kinshasa)
        • found: An. pont., 1985: p. 57 (Malula, Joseph; b. 12/17/17)
        • found: Le Cardinal Malula, c1992: p. 23 (d. 06/14/89)
        • found: Wikipedia, Apr. 4, 2014 (Joseph Malula; Joseph-Albert Malula; b. Dec. 12, 1917 in Léopoldville, Belgian Congo (now Kinshasa, DR Congo); installed as archbishop of Léopoldville in 1964; first cardinal from Zaire, 1969; removed from his residence by Pres. Mobutu in 1971 after expressing disapproval of Christians giving up their baptismal names; d. in hospital in Leuven, Belgium, June 14, 1989)
        • found: Dictionary of African Biography, accessed February 27, 2014, via Oxford African American Studies Center database: (Malula, Joseph Albert; Roman Catholic cardinal; born 12 December 1917 in Kinshasa, Congo, Democratic Republic; attended seminary at Bolongo (1934-1937) before attending the Kabwe seminary, where he prepared for the priesthood for eight years; was ordained into the Roman Catholic priesthood (1946); served as a teacher at a seminary; was chosen by Pope Pius XII to become the auxiliary bishop of Léopoldville; attended and supported the Vatican II Council (1962-1965); was named Archbishop of Kinshasa (1964); became a cardinal (1969); was forced into exile (1972); was named the co-head of the African synod of bishops (1985); died 14 June 1989 in Louvain, Belgium)
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        • 1985-07-25: new
        • 2015-04-25: revised
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