Humani Generis came 1950, the allocution to Pontifical Academy of Sciences in 1951 (in which Pius XII used a "5 billion years" radioactive "dating" to prove the earth is not eternal).
McCarrick was ordained in 1958, on May 31:st, a few months before Pius XII died. Ordinator was Cardinal Spellman. He was (or probably wasn't, depending on validity of new episcopal orders or more probably non-validity) "consecreated bishop" in 1977, on Sts. Peter and Paul's day by Terence James Cooke. He was "made cardinal" by "Pope John Paul II" on February 21:st 2001. He resigned last year, 27th of July, and was reduced to lay status (supposing non-pope Bergoglio could do that) on February 15th this year.
His acts need no comment.
I would like to know, between Pius XII in 1958, Cardinal Spellman in 1958, Terence James Cooke, himself and "John Paul II" - was anyone of them a Young Earth Creationist?
I think this is a timeline question that needs to be asked./HGL