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Tuesday, 19 June, 2001, 15:44 GMT 16:44 UK
Cardinal Winning's death: Picture gallery
Cardinal Thomas Winning's body is to lie in state in Glasgow until his funeral.

A temporary successor has been appointed to run the diocese in the wake of the 76-year-old's death from a suspected second heart attack.

Tributes have been pouring in for the cardinal, and here BBC News Online Scotland looks back over the recent events.

The altar at Westminster Cathedral
A memorial service was held at Westminster Cathedral

Anne Widdecombe at Westminster Cathedral
Anne Widdecombe attended the London memorial

Monsignor James Clancy
Monsignor James Clancy is the temporary successor

Cardinal Winning's coffin being carried by family members
Cardinal Winning is lying in state in Glasgow

Mourners
Mourners have been paying their respects

The media conference at which Cardinal Winning's death was announced
Cardinal Winning's death was announced on Sunday

Cardinal Winning with a mother and child
Cardinal Winning was outspoken against abortion
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