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Archbishop and wife may meet on Friday

OME: The hunger-striking wife of a Roman Catholic archbishop who enraged the Vatican by getting married may meet with her husband this week, a spokesman for the wife said on Thursday.

Giuseppe Bellabarba, of the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification Movement, said Maria Sung, 43, and Archbishop Emmanuel Milingo, 71, are likely to meet on Friday.

He said details of the meeting are still being worked out.

Sung, who is from South Korea, and the Zambian archbishop were married in a group wedding in May by the Rev. Sung Myung Moon, leader of the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification.

The Vatican wants the meeting to take place at the South Korean embassy to the Holy See in the presence of an interpreter. The South Korean ambassador has been trying for days to arrange the meeting.

Sung has been on a hunger strike since Aug. 14 to force a private meeting with her husband.

The Vatican lifted its threat to excommunicate Milingo when he left his wife and said he was returning to the church after a private meeting with the pope earlier this month.
( AP )
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