Bishops

Some articles on bishop, bishops:

Joseph Powathil - Priestly Ministry
... He was appointed auxiliary bishop of Changanassery (Titular Bishop of Caesarea Philippi) on January 29, 1972 and was ordained bishop by Pope Paul VI on February 13, 1972 ... Bishop Powathil was transferred to there as the first bishop ... However, these efforts got him several critics even among his fellow bishops, alleging that what he espoused amounted to adoption of Chaldean Christian and Orthodox Christian practices ...
Roman Catholic Diocese Of Ponce - Bishops of Ponce
... The following were bishops of Ponce ... These are only the ecclesiastical bishops emeritus bishops are not included here Edwin Byrne (1925-1929) Aloysius Joseph Willinger (1929-1946) James Edward McManus (1947-1963) Luis Aponte Martinez (20 Feb ...
Vineam Domini - Aftermath
... on the whole Church when they have been accepted by the bishops", thus making it appear that the Constitution received its binding force by the acceptance of the bishops ... It was accepted by all the French bishops with the exception of Percin de Montgaillard, Bishop of Saint-Pons, who published a mandement in defence of "respectful silence" ... was censured by Clement XI on 18 January 1710, and the bishop finally submitted in a long letter to Clement on 28 February 1713 ...
Roman Catholic Archdiocese Of Westminster - Present
... on 9 July 2007 that, in accordance with the age limit of 75 years prescribed for bishops in the Code of Canon Law, he submitted his resignation to Pope Benedict XVI ... The archbishop is assisted by four auxiliary bishops, each with specific areas of responsibility within the administration of the archdiocese ... One of the auxiliary bishops serves as Chancellor and Moderator of the Metropolitan Curia one as vicar for the clergy one for pastoral affairs and one for education and formation ...
Carlos Duarte Costa - Death and Legacy
... At that time, the ICAB had 50 priests and 37 bishops, with many of the congregations meeting in private homes ... The bishops consecrated by Duarte Costa went on to consecrate dozens of additional bishops, many of whom had only tenuous relationships with the Brazilian church ... Bishops tracing their apostolic succession back to Duarte Costa have formed numerous other independent Catholic denominations in the United States, Europe, and Latin ...