Religion: Detroit's Archbishop

Edward Cardinal Mooney, 76, Archbishop of Detroit, died in Rome last week, and the U.S. lost one of the outstanding churchmen of his time.

He had seemed in good health and humor after attending the Mass of the Holy Spirit at St. Peter's, which preceded the conclave. Then, as he was resting after lunch, he collapsed with a heart attack. For years he had had a bad heart, in 1946 he had suffered a stroke; only last month he was hospitalized in Detroit for exhaustion and a general checkup. His U.S. colleagues, Cardinals Spellman and Mclntyre, reached his bedside in the North...

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