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Tag: bishop

Pope Francis’ interview with journalists, Part II

Here is part II of the papal interview between Francis and the journalists on in-flight back to Rome from Rio, Sunday, 28 July 2013. Part I can be read here. Father Lombardi: Now Dario Menor of La Razon of Spain: Dario Menor Torres: A question about your feelings. You commented a week ago on the child who […]

“A bishop of the people,” Bishop Anthony Wieslaw Krótki ordained

Here are some pictures of Bishop Anthony Wieslaw Krótki, OMI’s episcopal ordination in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut this past May. He is the 6th bishop of the diocese. The Bishop’s biography is here. Bishop Krótki, 49, a Polish born missionary of Mary Immaculate, is the new Bishop of Churchill-Baie d’Hudson, Manitoba, Canada. The Churchill Diocese is […]

Benedict XVI to new bishops: Our criterion is the Lord himself…fear of God frees us

We honor the witness of the Magi, Casper, Melchior and Balthasar. The Seekers from the East following the signature of God to the star burning brightly over the Light of the World. Saint John Chrysostom taught, “If the Magi had come in search of an earthly king, they would have been disconcerted at finding that they […]

Massimo Camisasca, FSCB, ordained bishop

On Friday, Monsignor Massimo Camisasca, FSCB, 66, was ordained a bishop at Basilica of Saint John the Lateran (the cathedral of the Bishop of Rome) by Cardinal Carlo Caffarra, Archbishop Adriano Bernardini and Bishop Adriano Caprioli.  Camisasca is now the bishop of Reggio Emilia-Guastalla, a diocese that has had a bishop since the first century. […]