Retired Seattle Archbishop Raymond G. Hunthausen turns 95 on August 21, and he observes this milestone as the last living U.S. bishop to have participated in the Second Vatican Council (1962-65). Our Sunday Visitor Newsweekly asked people who knew and worked with Archbishop Hunthausen to reflect on their experiences of him, the fruits of his ministry and the legacy of the Council under Pope Francis.
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