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The Catholic Church has confirmed the Archbishop suffered a heart attack but said he was in good spirits.
Next, Archbishop McMahon will be led to the Cathedra (Bishop's Chair) by Bishop Williams to be presented with the Book of the Gospels by Bishop Vincent Malone, former Auxiliary Bishop of Liverpool.
In an interview, Archbishop Hiltz said he was grateful for Archbishop Williams' response "in his capacity as an instrument of communion," and that "he certainly makes it clear where he stands on the part of those intervening.
Miroslav Vlk (his name means "wolf"), archbishop of Prague, needs it to strengthen his authority.
The new archbishop will be the first appointment made in Liverpool by Pope Francis.
They also discussed Archbishop Williams' visit last spring to the Canadian house of bishops.
The spokesman asked for people to "remember Archbishop Patrick in your prayers at this time.
Adding to the unnatural burdens on kids is a phenomenon called "the new family," which in turn raises the question Archbishop Williams was indirectly asking: who is parenthood for?
Vancouver -- Archbishop Raymond Roussin returned to regular duties on March 16, after a five-month leave of absence for health reasons.
In November, eight conservative dioceses asked the Archbishop of Canterbury to appoint a "commissary," or representative, to lead them.