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Professor of canon law at the Theological Faculty of Northern Italy from until From he was pro-vicar general of the archdiocese of Milan. Elected titular bishop of Celiana and appointed auxiliary of Milan, April 8, His episcopal motto is Iustus ut palma florebit. He was episcopal vicar for Culture and Catholic Cultural Centers from ; president of the Diocesan Commission for Ecumenism and Dialog from ; episcopal vicar delegate for the following offices of the curia: Discipline of the Sacraments; Ecclesiastical Cultural Patrimony; Historical Archive from ; Regional Ecclesiastical Tribunal; archiepiscopal delegate to the Presbyteral Council and the Diocesan Pastoral from In the Italian Episcopal Conference, he was member of the Council for Juridical Affairs from ; and its president from From , he was delegate of the Holy See for the Company of Saint Paul, a secular institute of pontifical right.

Named president of the Pontifical Council for the Legislative Texts and promoted to the rank of archbishop on February 15, Under his presidency, took place the celebration of the twenty-five years of the promulgation of the Code of Canon Law and the twentieth anniversary of the entry into force of the Code of Canons of the Eastern Churches In , he was named central consultant of the Union of Italian Catholic Jurists. He is founder, with the Jesuit Father Jean Beyer, of the journal Quaderni di Diritto Ecclesiale ; and is the author of numerous scientific publications in which he mainly dealt with issues relating to the reflection on the identity of the law of the Church, the second book of the Code in particular communion with Church and parish , communicatio in sacris and criminal law.

Giuseppe dei Falegnami on that same day. Took possession of his deaconry on April 26, On June 19, , he was confirmed as president of the Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts until the age of Papal delegate to the th anniversary of the Celestine Pardon, which took place in L'Aquila, Italy, from August 23 to 29, Named member of the Congregation for the Causes of the Saints on December 22, Named member of the special commission to review the matrimonial process in canon law with the goal of simplifying the procedure while maintaining the indissolubility of marriage, September 20, Named member of the College for the review of appeals to the Ordinary Session of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith on January 21, Lost the right to participate in the conclave when turned eighty years old on March 6, On April 7, , the Pope accepted his resignation from the post of president of the Pontifical Council for Legislative Text for reason of age limit.

To succeed him the Pope named Filippo Iannone, O. Coccopalmerio, Francesco. April 24, , Mafra, diocese of Joinville, Brazil. The family had eight children. His last name is also listed as Braz de Aviz. Due to his views in favor of the theology of liberation, he almost abandoned seminary and the Church itself because of the ideological excesses that emerged in the early years of the movement. Incardinated in the diocese of Apucarana. Pastoral ministry in several parishes of Apucarana, 1. Spiritual director of the Seminary of Ipiranga. Rector of the Major Seminary of Apucarana, Rector of the Major Seminary of Londrina, In the diocese of Apucarana he was member of the presbyteral council and of the college of consultors as well as coordinator general of the diocesan pastoral..

His episocpal motto is Ut Omnes Unum Sint. Transferred to the see of Ponta Grossa, August 12, ; took possession on October 15, Promoted to the metropolitan see of Maringa, July 17, He made numerous parochial visits and actively participated in the meetings of the vicariates; he also paid special attention to the apostolate for young people.

Elena fuori Porta Prenestina on that same day. Named member of the Congregation for Bishops on December 16, He was named member of the Pontifical Council for the Laity on February 6, On June 9, , he was confirmed as member of the Congregation for the Clergy. On May 21, , he was named special papal envoy to the National Eucharistic Congress of Portugal, programmed for Fatima from June 10 to 12, Cidade do Vaticano, 02 fevereiro , , with audio and video; Card.

He was shot during the crossfire, with pellets perforating his lungs and intestines and one eye. Although he survived and surgeons were able to save his eye, he still has fragments of those bullets in his body. Eldest of the three children of Edwin Frederick, Sr. The other two siblings were Kenneth and Tom, both deceased. He lost his father at fourteen.

As his mother worked as a secretary and journal distributor, Edwin and his siblings were raised by a Jewish couple. When his mother remarried, they moved to Westchester County. Mary's High School in Katonah, to ; he entered St. Joseph's Seminary in Yonkers, and obtained a bachelor of arts in ; a master of Divinity in ; and a master of arts in ; in , he obtained a doctorate in moral theology at the Pontifical University of S.

Ordained, May 29, , metropolitan cathedral of St. Incardinated in the archdiocese of New York. Later, he was commissioned to become a military chaplain; and in , he officially became an army chaplain with the rank of captain, serving with the 82nd Airborne Division. From to , he served a tour of duty in Vietnam with the rd Airborne Brigade and the 1st Cavalry Brigade. From a base of operations in the middle of a jungle, he and a Protestant minister flew by helicopter to defensive outposts where they would provide for the spiritual needs of the soldiers.

In , he left the military and began his doctoral studies in Rome, which he completed in He returned to New York and was named vice-chancellor for the archdiocese and associate pastor at St. Patrick's cathedral. In , he coordinated the visit of Pope John Paul II to New York; and for two years served as communications director of the archdiocese.

He was rector of St. Joseph's Seminary from to ; and from to Prelate of honor of His Holiness, March 17, Elected titular bishop of Tizica and appointed auxiliary bishop of New York, February 6, Consecrated, March 25, , metropolitan cathedral of St. His episcopal motto is Pastores dabo vobis. Named coadjutor of the Military Ordinariate of the United States of America and promoted to the rank of archbishop, April 8, Succeeded to the ordinariate, August 12, Resigned the titular see of Tizica, March 7, Transferred to the metropolitan see of Baltimore, July 12, , becoming its fifteenth archbishop.

Apostolic administrator of the see of Baltimore until the installation of his successor Bishop William Edward Lori of Connecticut on May 16, Sebastiano al Palatino on that same day. Took possession of his deaconry on October 25, On November 17, , he was named member of the Congregation for the Causes of the Saints. Lost the right to participate in the conclave when turned eighty years old on April 8, From a peasant family.

He was baptized four days later in that parish. After his initial studies at the elementary school of Tramontana, on October 10, , after the death of his father, he entered the Minor Seminary of Genoa, thanks to the support of the local priest, Don Giovanni Conti; successively, he studied at the lyceum of the Major Seminary of Genoa, where he obtained the diploma Lyceum "Cristoforo Colombo" of Genova in ; he had a definte missionary vocation, which was opposed however not only by his mother but also by Cardinal Giuseppe Siri, archbishop of Genoa, who in fact sent him to study in Rome; on October 15, , he entered the Lombardian Pontifical Seminary in Rome, studying at the Pontifical Gregorian University; after one year, he obtained a bachelor in philosophy; and after five years, the doctorate in Sacred Theology, magna cum laude , with a thesis on the original sin in Erasmus of Rotterdam, in relation with the Council of Trent 1.

After finishing his studies at Seminario Lombardo , he returned to Genoa in From until , he was named rector of the Oratory of S. Erasmo, Genoa QuintoI , continuing his teaching at the seminary in moral philosophy, natural theology, introduction to theology and fundamental moral theology. During the period of adaptation of the curriculum of the Seminary of Genoa to that of the Theological Faculty of Northern Italy, of which the Seminary of Genoa became a section, he left the teaching of philosophy and taught fundamental theology and dogmatic theology.

For many years he was secretary of the Presbyteral Council of the archdiocese of Genoa. After the promulgation of the new Code of Canon Law, he was part of the working group that studied the adaptation of diocesan structures to the regulations of the new code. From to , he taught fundamental moral theology at the Interdiocesan Theological Study in Alessandria. Because of his success in that charge, at the request of Cardinal Siri, the pope named Father Calcagno prelate of honor of His Holiness on November 8, In that same year, he was elected by the Diocesan Presbyteral Council member of the Administrative Council; and in addition, Cardinal Siri named him president of the D.

At this time, he also consolidated and restructured the Oratory of S. Erasmo, a national monument. He was member of the Diocesan Commission of the Doctrine of the Faith and episcopal vicar for the new activities with Cardinal Giovanni Canestri, archbishop of Genoa. Then, he was transferred to Rome to take over new national charges. At the national level, he has been member of the Italian Presbyteral Commission from to ; and its secretary from to In Rome, he was director of the National Office for the Missionary Cooperation between the Churches from to From until , he was president of the Central Institute for the Soustenance of the Clergy.

From the end of to March , he was economous of the Italian Episcopal Conference and president of Collegio dei Conti of the Institute for the Soustenance of the Clergy. He also taught an annual monographic course of eschatology at the Pontifical Urbanian University for ten years. Elected bishop of Savona-Noli, January 25, Consecrated, March 9, , cathedral of S.

His episcopal motto is In veritate libertas. Named secretary of the Administration of the Patrimony of the Apostolic See, August 31, and elevated to the rank of archbishop. Created cardinal deacon in the consistory of February 18, ; received the red biretta, the cardinalitial ring and the deaconry of Annunciazione della Beata Vergine Maria a Via Ardeatina on that same day.

Took possession of his deaconry on May 27, On June 26, , the Pope accepted his resignation from the post of President of the Administration of the Patrimony of the Apostolic See because of age limit.


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Calcagno sereno su inchiesta patrimonio clero Savona , Radio Vaticana, ; Cardinal in charge of Vatican real estate faces embezzlement probe by Ines San Martin, Crux, May 17, July 30, , Villarboit, archdiocese of Vercelli, Italy. He has a sister, Cesarina. He entered the Seminary of Moncrivello, Vercelli, at eleven years of age; later, in , after ordination, he was sent to study at the Pontifical Gregorian University, where he obtained a licentiate in psychology and a doctorate in canon law. In , he obtained the title of advocate at the Sacred Roman Rota.

Ordained, June 29, , by Albino Mensa, archbishop of Vercelli. Vicar of the parish of Santissimo Salvatore in Vercelli. For two years he was responsible for the lyceal community of the Seminary of Vercelli. Further studies in Rome, from until , when he returned to Vercelli and was given the charge of founding the Diocesan Consultory for the Family, of which he became the director.

At the beginning of , he was named pastor of the parish of Larizzate, in the city of Vercelli. In he was sent to teach canon law and psychology at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, partially maintaining his activities in the archdiocese of Vercelli. Named referendary of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signature in ; voter in ; and member in ; and also professor of anthropology at the Studio of the Sacred Roman Rota.

Named president, representing the archbishop, of the Foundation of the Museum of the Treasury of the Duomo and of the Capitular Archive; also, member of the organ of direction of the Foundation Cassa di Risparmio di Vercelli. Elected bishop of Alessandria, April 4, Consecrated, May 26, , in the cathedral of Vercelli, by Enrico Masseroni, archbishop of Vercelli, assisted by Fernando Charrier, bishop emeritus of Alessandria, and Natalino Pescarolo, bishop emeritus of Cuneo. His episcopal motto is Christi minister. He was installed on the following June Director of the Osservatorio giuridico-legislativo of the Episcopal Conference of Piedmont-Valle d'Aosta; and ecclesiastical assistant to the Association of Catholic Physicians of the Region of Piedmont.

Named apostolic visitor to the Legionaires of Christ, June 27, Named president of the Prefecture for the Economic Affairs of the Holy See and promoted to the dignity of archbishop, September 21, He was apostolic administrator of Alessandria until the appointment of his successor. He has written numerous articles and books on matrimony.

Named honorary citizen of Alessandria in March Took possession of deaconry on June 15, On February 18, , he was appointed papal delegate to the Congregation of the Sons of the Immaculate Conception. On March 31, , he was named prefect of the Congregation for Catholic Education.

On July 15, , he was named member of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. On April 14, , he was named member of the Congregation for the Causes of the Saints. His parents were farmers. At baptism, he was given the name Geevarghese. As his elder brothers had already entered priesthood, his father did not allow that George would enter seminary due to financial difficulties.

He was only able to pursue his studies thanks to Archbishop Mathew Kavukattu of Changanacherry of the Syro-Malabars, who personally covered the expenses of his education. In , he entered the Archdiocesan Minor Seminary at Parel, Changanacherry; while at the minor seminary, he obtained his bachelors in economics with second rank from Saint Berchman's College. Studied at the University of Kerala, where in , he obtained a bachelors of arts in economics; then, he was sent to Saint Joseph's Pontifical Seminary, Aluva, where he studied philosophy and theology; later, after his priestly ordination, he obtained a masters in theology at the Pontifical Institute of Theology and Philosophy, Alwaye; he also earned a Higher Diploma in Bible Studies DSEB and a doctorate in theology conjointly from La Sorbonne University and the Institut Catholique de Paris , France, in He is proficient in Malayalam, Tamil, English and French.

He was incardinated in the archdiocese of Changanacherry. While pursuing higher studies at Aluva, he served as vicar of the church of Periyarmugham, archdiocese of Ernakulam-Angamaly. After finishing his studies in Aluva, he was named assistant vicar of the cathedral church of Changanacherry as well as director of the Archdiocesan Faith Formation department.

In , he was sent to Paris for higher studies. He returned to India in and was named deputy secretary of Kerala Catholic Bishops Conference, occupying the post until ; concurrently, from to , he was the director of the Pastoral Orientation Center at Palarivattam; and simultaneously, from to , he was professor at Saint Thomas Apostolic Seminary, Vadavathoor, Kottayam; from to , he was protosyncellus of the archdiocese of Changanacherry. Elected first eparch of Thuckalay of the Syro-Malabars, November 11, He was installed on the same day.

His episcopal motto is Service in dialog of truth and love. Thomas, Kochi, on May 24, He was installed on Friday May 27, in the afternoon, at a solemn mass at St. Mary's cathedral basilica, in the presence of Salvatore Pennacchio, titular archbishop of Montemarana, nuncio to India. He has written the book "Morality Today and Tomorrow" in Malayalam as well as numerous articles on various topics in English and Malayalam. Created cardinal priest in the consistory of February 18, ; received the red biretta, the cardinalitial ring and the title of S. Bernardo alle Terme Diocleziane on that same day.

Took possession of his title on October 14, Previously, Cardinal Alencherry had been been cited by the High Court of Kerala for his alleged loss of 13 million dollars in suspicious transactions of land purchase. On April 30, , after months of investigation, the Kerala police established that the documents against the cardinal were falsified. Devasia, ucanews.

Alencherry to diocese , AsiaNews. January 16, , Guelph, Ontario. Son of George Collins, circulation manager of the newspaper "Guelph Mercury", and his wife, who was a legal secretary. He is the only son and the youngest of three siblings. His childhood home was situated on Durham Street, behind Our Lady Immaculate church, where he attended and served morning mass. He received his first education at St. Stanislaw's Elementary School in Guelph, after having already taught himself to read before he began the first grade; then, he did his secondary studies at Bishop Macdonnell Catholic High School; he then attended St.

Jerome's College, Waterloo, Ontario, where he obtained a bachelor of arts in English, in ; then he went to St. Peter's Seminary, London, Ontario, obtaining a bachelor of theology in ; and the University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, obtaining a master of arts degree in English, also in ; he received the diaconate, May 14, ; sent to study in Rome at the Pontifical Biblical Institute, he obtained a licentiate in Sacred Scripture in ; and a doctorate in theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome, in dissertation: Apocalypse as the Focal Point of Moral Teaching and Exhortation in the Apocalypse, Director: Rev.

Ugo Vanni, S. At St. Peter's Seminary, London, Ontario, he was lecturer in Sacred Scriptures, ; group leader and spiritual director, ; associate professor of Scripture, ; associate editor, Discover the Bible , ; dean of Theology Department, ; vice-rector; and rector, until Elected coadjutor bishop of Saint Paul in Alberta, March 25, His episcopal motto is Deum adora. Promoted to archbishop coadjutor of Edmonton, February 18, Succeeded to the metropolitan see of Edmonton, June 7, ; installed, June 7, Transferred to the metropolitan see of Toronto, December 16, ; installed, January 30, In he became the chancellor of the University of St.

He is the chair of the Board of Governors of St. In , he was elected president of the Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops. He has authored numerous publications, pastoral letters and reflections. Patrizio on that same day. Took possession of his title on October 23, He was named member of the Congregation for the Oriental Churches on June 27, His father was a soldier.

His baptismal name was Jaroslav. After graduating from the gymnasium J. Tyla in , he tried to study theology but it was prohibited because of political reasons. He worked from to in the factory "ZVU Hradec" and learned mechanics. From to he completed his military service and returned then to his work place. In , after a long delay on appeals he was allowed to study philosophy and theology at the Theological Faculty Sts. On January 5, , he secretly entered the Order of Preachers Dominicans and took the name Dominik; made his temporary profession on January 6, ; in he obtained a licentiate in theology from the Pontifical Theological Faculty "Saint John the Baptist" in Warsaw, Poland.

On January 7, , he made the solemn profession in the Order of Preachers. During that time, he worked secretly in his order as vicar provincial to and master of the novices From to , he was provincial of the Dominicans in Bohemia and Moravia. From to , he was member of the Accreditation Commission of the Czech Government.

He taught biblical sciences at the Sts. From until , he was vice-president of the European Union of Superiors Major. His episcopal motto is In Spiritu veritate. Promoted to the metropolitan see of Prague, February 13, ; installed, the following April After having served as vice-president from to , he was elected president of the Czech Bishops Conference on April 21, He is president of the Executive Council of the Czech Catholic Biblical Institute; member of the Center for Biblical Studies at the Evangelical Theological Faculty of the Charles University in Prague; member of the Confederation of the prisoners of State; editor-in-chief of the Salve - revue for theology, culture and spiritual life ; member of the International Catholic Review Communio ; and honorary president of the "Rodina sv.

He is a prolific writer 1. Created cardinal priest in the consistory of February 18, ; received the red biretta, the cardinalitial ring and the title of Ss. Marcellino e Pietro on that same day. Took possession of his title on November 25, On May 21, , he was named special papal envoy to the solemn eucharistic celebration that, on the occasion of the th anniversary of the birth of Saint Martin of Tours, took place in Szombathely, Hungary, on July 9, His participation and year-long organization of the translation of the Jerusalem Bible to Czech, published in , is of great significance.

During the Communist regime he secretly published studies in the "samizdat"; and articles in Sursum. He now publishes in Salve - revue for theology, culture and spiritual life ; and in Monitor ; he is also an author of tens of articles in Czech as well as in foreign books, magazines and newspapers. After having studied medicine and obtaining a doctorate at the University of Amsterdam, he entered the Major Seminary of Roermond, in Rolduc te Kerkrade, where he studied philosophy and theology.

Received the diaconate on September 15, , from Joannes Baptist Matthijs Gijsen, bishop of Roermond in that major seminary. From to , he finished his courses in medicine, obtaining a doctorate at the University of Leiden. He went to Rome and in , he obtained a doctorate in moral philosophy at the Pontifical University of S. Tommaso d'Aquino; in , the licentiate in theology. Ordained, June 1, , in the cathedral of St. From , he taught moral theology at the Major Seminaries of Rolduc and of 's-Hertogenbosch; at the same time, he was prefect of studies at Rolduc. From until , he was first docente and then professor of moral theology at the Theological Faculty of Lugano, Switzerland; at the same time, he continued teaching at the Major Seminary of Rolduc.

From to , he was a member of the International Theological Commission. Elected bishop of Groningen-Leeuwarden, July 17, His episcopal motto is Noli recusare laborem. Counselor of the Pontifical Academy for Life. Promoted to the metropolitan see of Utrecht, December 11, He was installed in the metropolitan cathedral of St. Catherine of Utrecht on January 26, Elected president of the episcopal conference of the Netherlands in ; occupied the post until Callisto on that same day.

Took possession of his title on May 17, Participated in the 14th General Ordinary Assembly of the Synod of Bishops, which took place at the Vatican from October 4 to 25, on the theme "The vocation and mission of the family in the Church and in the contemporary world". On June 13, , the pope named him ordinary member of the Pontifical Academy for Life. Photograph, arms and biography , in Dutch, Aartsbisdom. February 25, , Foligno, Italy. Second of the four children of Antonio Betori, a teacher, and Lina Martelloni, who were active members of the Catholic Action of Foligno.

He attended the middle school and the gymnasium of the Episcopal Seminary of Foligno; and the lyceum of the Regional Seminary Umbro in Assisi; then, he was sent to study theology Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome, as a student at the Pontifical Lombard Seminary, where he obtained a license in theology in ; later, after his priestly ordination, he completed his postgraduate studies in Sacred Scripture at the Pontifical Biblical Institute, as a student of Collegio of S.

Apollinare , earning a doctorate in Sacred Scriptures, summa cum laude , in January , with the dissertation "Perseguitati a causa del Nome. Ordained, September 26, , by Siro Silvestri, bishop of Foligno. Incardinated in the diocese of Foligno. From until , he was member of the Presbyteral Council of the diocese of Foligno. From September to September , he was member of the secretariat of the Umbrian Regional Center for the Pastoral; and its director from March to June Director of the School of Theological Formation of Foligno from to In , he was named ordinary member of Accademia Fulginia.

Professor of fundamental theology, Biblical science and exegesis of the New Testament at the Theological Institute of Assisi its director from to Simultaneously, parish priest of S. Carlo" of Foligno. He was canon of the chapter of the cathedral of S. Feliciano of Foligno from February to May From to , he was member of Collegio dei consultori of the diocese of Foligno as well as member of Pastoral Council; and its secretary from December until September He was secretary general of the Diocesan Synod of Foligno, celebrated by Bishop Giovanni Benedetti from January to May ; he was a close collaborator of the bishop.

From until , he was member of the committee of the Italian Conference of Bishops CEI for the institutes of religious science. Director of the Regional Center for Pastoral. Carlo", Foligno.


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    At the request of the presidency and of the permanent council of the CEI, the pope appointed him secretary general of the conference. Consecrated, May 6, , cathedral of S. His episcopal motto is Deo et Verbo gratiae. Promoted to the metropolitan see of Florence, September 8, He resigned as secretary general of the Italian Episcopal Conference on October 25, Entered the archdiocese on October 26, Elected president of the Tuscan Episcopal Conference on February 10, On November 5, , he survived an apparent assassination attempt 1. On December 10, , he was appointed a member of the Pontifical Council for Culture for a five-year renewable term.

    Among his publications are La Parola nel tempo della missione. Marcello on that same day. Took possession of his title on June 9, Attended the Thirteenth Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops, in Vatican City, from October 7 to 28, , on the theme "The new evangelization for the transmission of the Christian faith"; president of its commission for the message. On March 29, , he was confirmed as member of the Pontifical Council for Culture until the expiration of his mandate. On May 17, , he was named member of the Pontifical Council for the Laity. On June 9, , he was named member of the Congregation for the Clergy.

    On July 1, , he was named member of the Congregation for the Causes of the Saints. Betori ha accompagnato i giovani al termine del loro pellegrinaggio a Castelfiorentino , Servizio Informazione Religiosa, 10 agosto Father Paolo Brogi, the archbishop's secretary, was reportedly in satisfactory condition after surgery to repair an abdominal wound. Archbishop Betori and witnesses stated that the gunman said something as he gestured toward the prelate with his firearm, but they could not understand his intent. February 6, , St.

    Eldest of the five children of the late Robert Dolan and Shirley Radcliffe. Louis Preparatory Seminary South; then. Archbishop O'Hara's life and ministry was the subject of his doctoral dissertation. Ordained, June 19, , for the archdiocese of Saint Louis. He then served as associate pastor at Immacolata Parish in Richmond Heights, Missouri, until , when he furthered his studies at The Catholic University in Washington. On his return to St.

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    May in the restructuring of the college and theology programs of the archdiocesan seminary system. In , he was appointed to a five-year term as secretary to the apostolic nunciature in Washington, D. When he returned to St. Louis in , he was appointed vice rector of Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, serving also as director of spiritual formation and professor of church history.

    He was also an adjunct professor of theology at Saint Louis University. While in Rome, he also served as a visiting professor of church history at the Pontifical Gregorian University and as a faculty member in the Department of Ecumenical Theology at the Pontifical University of S. Tommaso d'Aquino. Elected titular bishop of Natchez and appointed auxiliary of St. Louis, June 19, Consecrated, August 15, , at the cathedral basilica of St. Louis, by Justin Francis Rigali, archbishop of St. His episcopal motto is Ad quem ibimus. Promoted to the metropolitan see of Milwaukee on June 25, He was installed as Milwaukee's 10th archbishop on August 28, , at the cathedral of St.

    Transferred to the metropolitan see of New York, February 23, He is the 13th bishop and 10th archbishop of the see of New York. Elected president of the Episcopal Conference of the United States of America on November 16, , for a three year term; occupied the post until November 12, Created cardinal priest in the consistory of February 18, ; received the red biretta, the cardinalitial ring and the title of Nostra Signora di Guadalupe a Monte Mario on that same day.

    Took possession of title on October 14, Named member of the Congregation for Catholic Education on November 30, Named member of the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples on September 13, Boyle, Christina. An American cardinal: the biography of Cardinal Timothy Dolan.

    New York : St. Martin's Press, ; Dolan, Bob. Life lessons from my life with my brother, Archbishop Timothy M. Allen Jr. New York : Image Books, Contents: Who Dolan is. The Dolan story -- Challenges facing the Church. The sexual abuse crisis -- Women in the church -- Pelvic issues -- Faith and politics -- Authority and dissent -- Catholic faith and life. Affirmative orthodoxy -- Beyond purple ecclesiology -- Tribalism and its discontents -- Prayer and the sacraments -- Why be Catholic? Dolan, in English, Journal Sentinel Inc.

    Jones, New York City, N. Martin Luther King Jr. He has a younger brother, Thomas, and a younger sister, Ursula. After graduation and military service, he studied from to , philosophy and theology at the Theological Faculties of the Friedrich-Wilhlems-University of Bonn and of the Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg im Breisgau. Entered the major seminary of the archdiocese of Cologne in He was ordained deacon on June 20, , in the church of St.

    Ordained, June 14, , for the archdiocese of Cologne, at the St. He was incardinated in the archdiocese of Cologne. From to , he was chaplain of Sankt Marien, Neuss. In , he was also provost of the Kolpingfamilie , Neuss-Zentral. In , he was named chaplain of Sankt Josef, Ratingen; he occupied the post for six months. From to , he was chaplain and private secretary of Cardinal Joachim Meisner, archbishop of Cologne; during this time he had to deal with many people who had turned their concerns to the archbishop. From March 1, until his election to the episcopate in , he was director of "Collegium Albertinum", boarding school for major seminarians of the archdiocese of Cologne studying at the Theological Faculty of the University of Bonn.

    Named chaplain of His Holiness on November 21, Elected titular bishop of Scampa and appointed auxiliary of Cologne, February 24, Consecrated, March 30, , metropolitan cathedral of Cologne, by Cardinal Joachim Meisner, archbishop of Cologne, assisted by Klaus Dick, titular bishop of Guzabeta, former auxiliary of Cologne, and by Norbert Trelle, titular bishop of Egnazia, auxiliary of Cologne. His episcopal motto is Nos sumus testes. On November 11, , he was named canon of the metropolitan cathedral chapter of Cologne. Consultor of the Congregation for Catholic Education.

    In the Conference of German Bishops, he is member of the Commission for vocations and ecclesiastical ministries; and of the Commission for science and culture. From January 1, , he was episcopal vicar for the permanent diaconate. Blessed are those who grieve for they shall be comforted. Ann is one of the most admirable people I know. She was faithful and obedient to the Lord. Even through her illness she found ways to keep serving the Lord. My deepest condolences to the Grespan and Pastor families.

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    I visited Vancouver a few years ago and was picked up by Ann. It was hard to believe that she was sick with her bubbly personality and she drove such a big car! She was even more of the Ann I knew a long time ago in Cebu. She obviously adored her daughter and husband. Despite her illness, she bothered to entertain me and I can just imagine what she gave of herself to her closest family and friends.

    Although it is painful to lose Ann, her legacy of kindness and strength will surely live on. Tessa Yrastorza Tuestad. I have only met Ann once or twice at the family gatherings of the Pastors. She was as cheerful and friendly as her siblings. These were always happy times and I know Ann was proud to be part of a close knit family. May she rest in peace. Our condolences to Ann's family. Tootsy and Maurice Drury. Anna, It is sometime ago, maybe 30 years now since we worked together.

    It was at the Bank ' you were always one of the best from the start, and as in life, you rose to the top in your position. You always showed abilities and a calmness which I still remember. I was so shocked and saddened to hear of this tragic news. You have touched so many ' I have been fortunately blessed by having worked with you, and touched by your kindness. I will always have fond memories of our Little Anna. Thinking of all of you Choni, Eden, Luching, and family and remembering your sister Ann in prayers. May you find comfort in knowing that she now rests in our Lord's Embrace.

    Please accept our sincere condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Anita Neumeyer. My deepest condolences, Gino and Patrizia. I have known Ann's kindness and caring since our childhood days. We have lost a very dear classmate and friend. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. Marilou and Marla Baybay. Sending you and your family my deepest condolences. Our prayers are for you at this difficult time. Death is not extinguishing the light; it is only putting out the lamp because the dawn has come.

    Jose Palma and some 14 priests. You lead us in prayers again Ann, this time from up there.

    Martin Brofman 1940-2014

    I honor you Tita Ann for your purity and honesty. For your devotion to your faith and your family. You have inspired me in so many ways. So that every time we'll bake it, your name and your memory will always be there. I'll miss you. But I'll take strength in knowing Daddy God has a need for a pure soul like you to watch over us and protect us. To Zio Gino and cuzn Trish. As you've said Zio, 'Life goes on. We miss you guys.

    God bless you both. Know that we are always here for you. As a colleague of her sister Cora, I have heard about Ann's courage, her indomitable spirit, her generosity and goodness. She was taken by the Lord to be with Him. May her family feel the presence of the Divine Mercy and all our thoughts and prayers.

    I am a long time friend of Ann, back from the late 70's, and since then I had the chance to meet and chat with her after mass at St. Peter's church, where I can feel her strong faith and devotions to God. I also hear about her through my sister Emily Dimzon.


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    • I know Ann's life is changed, but not ended, where she's now in a better place. Rest in peace, Ann, you will always be remembered. Eva Obleada. Our sincere sympathy and prayers to Gino and Patricia and the Pastor siblings. We will truly miss Ann but she is in a much better place, free of all the worldly challenges. So sorry to learn of Ann's passing. We were classmates in STC and I remember her as a gentle soul, a very thoughtful person. My deepest sympathies to Ann's family. Cumpadre Gino and Patrizia, Please accept our deepest and sincere condolences.

      Eternal rest grant unto her o Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her. God bless!!! Luigino so sorry to hear of Ann passing away, I've only known her for a short time but to me she was a very kind, loving person. From your friends, Classe '46, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Dear Gino and Patrizia: It was with great sadness to hear of Ann's passing. Ann was always so generous, kind and hospitable. I will always remember our time together when she taught me how to cook Italian, just like Gino's mom.

      She also had a good sense of humour; of course, the Pilipino type. She was an incredible woman, an example, really, by the way she carried on living her life to the full. We will miss her tremendously. She was always a regular stop when we visited Vancouver at Christmas time. Go in the Peace of God, Ann. May you rest in peace! Our prayers are with you Gino and Patrizia! My deepest sympathy to all of you at this most difficult time in your lives. I have known Ann only in talks with her sister Cora; her amazing strength, faith and living life to the fullest is a blessing and much to admire.

      A truly amazing woman; may God's amazing love guide her on her way to heaven. She will carry your whisper wishes to heaven, May God's love give you all strength and comfort. God bless you all Daisy. Gino, Patricia, my thoughts and prayers are with you. I am so sorry for your loss. All things happen for a reson. And in God's time we shall understand. Please pray for her soul. I have always prayed for Ann. God has finally taken her away from us today. Yet I'm happy, because Ann has finally found her peace in the arms of our Creator. We live by God's grace and we can not question the wisdon of God's ways.

      We can not bargain nor beg. We can only pray for courage, strength and light. I am comforted by the thought that when my time comes, familiar faces will be waiting for me on the other end. But, our pain and suffering and learning to live without Ann had just began. Your sisters-in-law, aunts, and cousins will always be there with both of you. Ann is now in heaven and had touched the face of God. We will miss her until we see her. I love you.

      We love you tita Ann and we will miss you. For the info of everyone, tita Ann was indeed and will always be an inspiration to us. Gino and Patrizia. Our deepest condolences. She is now in Heaven with Romelly and not suffering now, as she had to suffer for many years. We will keep Anne and yourself Gino in our prayers. Carrie and Kevin Frank. Ann has surely earned her express ticket to heaven. Even to the last few hours of her life,she stayed strong to her faith. And I was the last one to visit her a few hours before she died. She will be sadly missed , but her memory will live in each of us.

      She will have her greatly deserved rest. May you rest in peace, Ann. It is with deep regret to hear of Ann's passing, through her sister, my long time friend and classmate, Choni, who I also consider my sister. So, I too feel I lost a sister. From many comments by those who loved her and from knowing the large expanse of the Pastor clan, Ann was a quiet yet strong presence , always leading by example. My deepest condolences at the passing of Ann, a classmate since kindergarten and a part of my growing up years.

      May the angels in heaven welcome her and may The Lord keep her in the palm of his hand and grant her eternal joy and happiness. She was a shining example of what is truly good and what we cherish. I am sorry that I only got to keep in touch with her virtually through Choni, but I will keep her in my prayers.

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