Trịnh Như Khuê
Joseph-Marie Trịnh Như Khuê
|Cardinal Archbishop of Hanoi|
|Term ended||27 November 1978|
|Successor||Joseph-Marie Trịnh Văn Căn|
|Other posts||Cardinal-Priest of San Francesco di Paola ai Monti|
|Ordination||1 April 1933|
|Consecration||15 August 1950|
|Created Cardinal||24 May 1976
by Paul VI
December 11, 1898|
|Died||November 27, 1978
|Previous post||Apostolic Vicar of Hanoi (1950-1960)|
Joseph Marie Trịnh Như Khuê
|Reference style||His Eminence|
|Spoken style||Your Eminence|
Joseph-Marie Trịnh Như Khuê (December 11, 1898–November 27, 1978) was a Vietnamese cardinal of the Catholic Church. He served as Archbishop of Hanoi from 1960 until his death, having previously served as its apostolic vicar, and was elevated to the cardinalate in 1976.
Khuê was born in Trang-Duê, and ordained to the priesthood on April 1, 1932. On April 18, 1950, he was appointed Apostolic Vicar of Hanoi and Titular Bishop of Synaus by Pope Pius XII. Khuê received his episcopal consecration on the following August 15 from Bishop Thaddée Le Huu Tu, OCist, with Bishops Francisco Gomez de Santiago, OP, and Pierre Pham-Ngoc-Chi serving as co-consecrators, in the Cathedral of Hanoi. He was later raised to the rank of a Metropolitan Archbishop upon his vicariate's elevation to a metropolitan see on November 24, 1960.
The archbishop was reserved as a cardinal in pectore by Pope Paul VI when the consistory was announced on April 28, 1976, and was published and created Cardinal Priest of S. Francesco di Paola ai Monti at the consistory on May 24 of that same year. Khue attended the consistory in the purple robes of a bishop, because he did not have time to get red ones. He was the first cardinal to hail from Vietnam, and was also one of the cardinal electors who participated in the conclaves of August and October 1978, which selected Popes John Paul I and John Paul II respectively.
Cardinal Khuê died in Hanoi, at the age of 79; he had been the ecclesiastical leader of Hanoi for twenty-eight years. He is buried in the cathedral of the same city.
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