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Synonyms for coadjutor

a person who holds a position auxiliary to another and assumes some of the superior's responsibilities

Words related to coadjutor

an assistant to a bishop

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In 1981, Vidal was sent to Cebu by then Pope John Paul II and was named a coadjutor archbishop with the right to succeed then Cebu Archbishop Julio Cardinal Rosales.
In 2005 he was installed by Pope John Paul II as Archbishop of San Antonio, In March 2011, Pope Benedict XVI appointed Gomez as Coadjutor Archbishop of Los Angeles, making him the highest ranking Latino in the U.
in 1924, or more than twenty years later with his new coadjutor, John R.
August 23, 2015 (KHARTOUM) - Pope Francis last week appointed a Sudanese Bishop form the Nuba Mountains Michael Didi Adgum Mungoria as Archbishop Coadjutor of Khartoum before he will replace the Archdiocese of Khartoum Cardinal Gabriel Zubeir Wako next year.
Roger Bede Vaughan's four-year term as coadjutor archbishop of Sydney has received little scholarly attention, and yet during this relatively brief period the Benedictine successor to Archbishop John Bede Polding implemented a number of policies through which he successfully re-established full episcopal control over both the archdiocese and its metropolitan jurisdiction.
In the interim, two diocesan administrators have been in charge of the interests of the parish - initially Monsignor Eamon Martin and, when he left to become Coadjutor Archbishop of Armagh, Fr Francis Bradley took over.
In 2002, he accepted to be appointed coadjutor of the Diocese of Sofia and late Bulgarian Patriarch Maxim made him Archimandrite.
The Vatican confirmed he has been appointed as Brady's coadjutor archbishop on 18 January.
The candidate to be coadjutor bishop of Shanghai, Fr.
LOS ANGELES -- Archbishop Jose Gomez of San Antonio was appointed coadjutor bishop of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles on April 6.
Mahony, Gomez, a native of Mexico who is now the archbishop of San Antonio, will serve as the cardinal's coadjutor -- ecclesiastical parlance for being in the on-deck spot -- and will thus have the opportunity to learn from the man who has defined Southern California Catholicism for 25 years.
He could then be called either to the "grade" of spiritual coadjutor, with the three vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience, or to the "grade" of professed father, in which case he also took a fourth vow regarding availability to be missioned, by the pope, anywhere in the world.
2001 before being appointed coadjutor Bishop of Leeds the following year and then ninth Bishop of Leeds in 2004.
Coadjutor Bishop John Tong is expected to succeed Zen in the Hong Kong diocese.
The judges' words were real doozies, too," quipped team captain Louise Thomas, of the six final words that decided the championship - campodeiform, clepsydra, coadjutor, dipnosophist, drepaniform and the dreaded drosophilist.