Julius Darmaatmadja

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Julius Darmaatmadja in 2018.

Julius Darmaatmadja (born 20 December 1934) is an Indonesian cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. He was created a cardinal in 1994, becoming the second Indonesian to be a cardinal.[1] He served as the Archbishop of Semarang from 1983 to 1996 and Archbishop of Jakarta from 1996 to 2010. He was born in Jagang, Muntilan, Magelang, Central Java, Dutch East Indies.

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  1. Gheddo, Piero. "INDONESIA - VATICAN Conclave, Cardinal Darmaatmadja renounces for "health reasons" - Asia News". Asianews.it. Retrieved 2013-08-01.

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