Catholic leader who served as the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Birmingham from 1965 to 1981. He was the 1st President from the Bishops’ Meeting who was not really also the Archbishop of Westminster. He gained doctorates in Beliefs and Theology from your Pontifical Gregorian University or college. He declined the positioning of Archbishop of Westminster because he experienced that, at age group 67, he was as well old to simply accept. He was the cousin of Anthony Burgess, writer of the important book A Clockwork Orange. He and previous Cardinal Protodeacon Jean Louis Tauran both analyzed at Pontifical Gregorian University or college.