|Date of Birth||September 25, 1908|
|Place of Birth||England|
George Dwyer was born on September 25, 1908 in England. He died on Sep 17, 1987 (age 78). A prominent member of the Catholic Church who held the position of Roman Catholic Archbishop of Birmingham from 1965 to 1981. He was the first person to ever hold the position of President of the Bishops’ Conference despite not concurrently holding the position of Archbishop of Westminster.
He attended the Pontifical Gregorian University, where he received his doctorates in both philosophy and theology. He was 67 years old when he made this decision, and he believed that this made him too elderly to accept the office of Archbishop of Westminster. Anthony Burgess, author of the seminal novel “A Clockwork Orange,” was his cousin. He was the author’s first cousin.