Milestones: Jul. 19, 1982

NAMED. Joseph L. Bernardin, 54, Archbishop of Cincinnati and former president of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops, by Pope John Paul II to succeed the ate John P. Cardinal Cody as Archbishop of Chicago, the nation's largest archdiocese, with 2.5 million Roman Catholics. A liberal on social issues but a conservative on church doctrine, Bernardin was the subject of controversy last year when his name surfaced in the private journals of the Rev. Andrew Greeley, a writer and Cody critic. Greeley created a fictional scenario in which Bernardin succeeded the embattled Cody...

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