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Catholic Archbishop of Glasgow dies after contracting coronavirus

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Catholic Archbishop of Glasgow dies after contracting coronavirus

Catholic Archbishop of Glasgow dies after contracting coronavirus

The Catholic Archbishop of Glasgow Philip Tartaglia has died after contractingCovid-19.

The 70-year-old had served as archbishop since 2012 and was one ofthe most senior figures in the Catholic Church in Scotland.


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