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 In the Conferences 2021


January - March

Appointed: Fr. Khalid Rehmat, O.F.M. Cap. as Vicar Apostolic of Quetta, Pakistan; Archbishop Giovanni d'Aniello as Apostolic Nuncio to Uzbekistan; Bishop John Do Van Ngân, Auxilliary Bishop of Xuân L?c, Viet Nam as Bishop of the same Diocese; Bishop Peter Abir Antonysamy, Bishop of Sultanpet, as Apostolic Administrator of Pondicherry and Cuddalore, India; Fr. Titus Seo Sang-Bum, Bishop of Military Ordinariate of South Korea; Archbishop Benny Mario Travas, Bishop of Multan, as Archbishop of Karachi, Pakistan; Archbishop Lawrence Subrato Howlader, C.S.C., Bishop of Barisal, as Archbishop of Chattogram, Bangladesh; Fr. Fransiskus Tuaman Sinaga as Bishop of Sibolga, Indonesia; Archbishop Leo Boccardi as Apostolic Nuncio to Japan; Archbishop Leopoldo Girelli as Apostolic Nuncio to India; Bishop Louis Nguyên Anh Tuan, Auxiliary Bishop of Thành-Phô H? Chí Minh, as Apostolic Administrator of Hà Tinh, Viet Nam; Jose Fuerte Cardinal Advincula, Archbishop of Capiz, as Archbishop of Manila, Philippines.


Succeeded: Coadjutor Bishop Albert Hemrom of Dibrugarh, India as Bishop of the same diocese.


Retired: Bishop Joseph D́nh Dúc Dao, Bishop Emeritus of Xuân L?c, Viet Nam; Archbishop Antony Anandarayar, Archbishop Emeritus of Pondicherry and Cuddalore, India; Bishop Francis Xavier Yu Soo-il, O.F.M., Bishop Emeritus of Military Ordinariate of South Korea; Joseph Cardinal Coutts, Archbishop Emeritus of Karachi, Pakistan; Bishop Joseph Aind, S.D.B., Bishop Emeritus of Dibrugarh, India; Bishop Paul Nguy?n Thái H?p, O.P., Bishop Emeritus of Hà Tinh, Viet Nam.


Died: Bishop José Crisologo Sorra, (91+), Bishop Emeritus of Legazpi, Philippines; Bishop Joseph Pastor Neelankavil, C.M.I., (90+), Bishop Emeritus of Sagar (Syro-Malabar), India; Bishop Yves-Marie Georges René Ramousse, M.E.P., (93+), Vicar Apostolic Emeritus of Phnom-Penh, Cambodia; Bishop Linus Nirmal Gomes, S.J., (99+), Bishop Emeritus of Baruipur, India; Archbishop Paul Ri Moun-hi, (85+), Archbishop Emeritus of Daegu, South Korea.


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