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Thursday July 3, 2014 MYT 9:35:25 PM
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Father Leow taking to reporters on his appointment as Archbishop
"Every challenge can be looked upon as an opportunity," he said.
Pakiam vacated the seat after turning 75, the Church’s retirement age as prescribed by Canon law.
The Church has been without an archbishop for the past six months.
On Dec 21, Pakiam was elected Administrator of the Archdiocese of Kuala Lumpur.
In 2007, Pakiam filed for a judicial review to enable Christians to refer to their God as “Allah” after the Home Ministry banned the church’s weekly newspaper, The Herald, from usage of the word in its Bahasa Malaysian edition.
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