vicar general


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vicar general

an official, usually a layman, appointed to assist the bishop of a diocese in discharging his administrative or judicial duties
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The third Kabakalan bishop has been serving as the vicar general of the Diocese of Bacolod.
Earlier, Jaffna Diocese Vicar General and Bishop of the same Diocese Rev.
Peter Laird, vicar general for the archdiocese, resigned.
The bishop-elect has been the parish priest of Our Lady of Lourdes in East Kilbride for two decades and vicar general of the diocese of Motherwell.
the Vicar General of the Armenian Apostolic Ter Abgar Hovakimyan, the former Prime Minister of Bulgaria Renata Indjova,
Gilbert, an Oblate Father of Mary Immaculate and Vicar General of Lesotho.
Mar Thoma Church vicar general Rev T K Mathew, Parish vicar Rev Renji Varghese, assistant vicar Rev Jacob V George, vice-president Koshy Sam, secretary Thomas Abraham, trustee Regi T Abraham, accountant Roby Babu, project convenor M T Mathews and Golden Jubilee Convenor Johnson George also spoke at the meeting.
The ousted bishop's diocese will be administered by Limburg's vicar general, Wolfgang Roesch, the report added.
July 10, 1967: The new Polish Roman Catholic Centre on Fitzwilliam Street near Huddersfield town centre was opened by the Vicar General for Poles in England and Wales L Staniszewski who had travelled up from London.
Subsequently he was named Vicar General for the Archdiocese in 2009.
Whom did Henry VIII appoint as Vicar General to oversee the dissolution of the monasteries?
It was written by Monsignor Canon Daniel Leonard, Vicar General of the Archdiocese, who made no reference to the shocking allegations of child sexual abuse against Robinson and later proven, in his correspondence.