People: May 6, 1985

When Pope John Paul II named 28 new cardinals from 19 different countries last week, the list reflected the Pope's concern for doctrinal orthodoxy and his opposition to Communism. Among the Archbishops elevated to the Sacred College: Miguel Obando y Bravo of Managua, Nicaragua, and Paulos Tzadua of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, each a determined critic of his country's leftist government, and Warsaw's Henryk Gulbinowicz, a supporter of Poland's outlawed Solidarity union. Also receiving red hats were two U.S. prelates whose outlooks seem cut from papal cloth: Boston's Bernard F. Law and New York City's John J. O'Connor, 65, who acknowledged the...

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