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 In the Conferences 2019




 

January - March

Appointed: Fr. Rex Andrew Clement Alarcon as Bishop of Daet, Philippines; Archbishop Prakash Mallavarapu, Archbishop of Visakhapatnam as Apostolic Administrator of Srikakulam, India; John Cardinal TONG Hon, Bishop Emeritus of Hong Kong as Apostolic Administrator of Hong Kong, China; Fr. Marvyn Abrea Maceda as Bishop of San Jose de Antique, Philippines; Fr. Stephen Antony Pillai as Bishop of Tuticorin, India; Bishop Oscar Jaime Llaneta Florencio, Apostolic Administrator of Military Ordinariate of the Philippines as Bishop of the same Ordinariate; Fr. Fidelis B. Layog as Auxiliary Bishop of Lingayen-Dagupan, Philippines; Fr. Cosme R. Almedilla as Bishop of Butuan, Philippines; Fr. Leo M. Dalmao, CMF as Prelate of Isabela, Philippines.

 

Succeeded: Coadjutor Bishop Joseph Trân Van Toàn of Long Xuyên, Viet Nam as Bishop of the same diocese.

 

Retired: Bishop Aleixo das Neves Dias, S.F.X., Bishop Emeritus of Port Blair, India; Bishop Yvon Ambroise, Bishop Emeritus of Tuticorin, India; Bishop Laurent Chu Van Minh Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Hà N?i, Vietnam.

 

Resigned: Bishop Joseph Trân Xuân Tiéu, Bishop Emeritus of Long Xuyên, Viet Nam.

 

Died: Bishop Michael YEUNG Ming-cheung, (72+), Bishop of Hong Kong, China; Bishop Charles Soreng, S.J., (84+), Bishop Emeritus of Hazaribag, India; Bishop Dinualdo Destajo Gutierrez, (79+), Bishop Emeritus of Marbel, Philippines; Bishop Nicolas Mollenedo Mondejar, (94+), Bishop Emeritus of San Carlos, Philippines.


 

 

 

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