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Military Ordinariate of Chile

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Military Bishopric of Chile

Obispado Castrense de Chile
Escudo del Obispado Castrense de Chile.svg
The Coat of Arms of the Military Bishopric of Chile
Location
CountryChile
MetropolitanImmediately subject to the Holy See
Information
DenominationRoman Catholic
RiteLatin Rite
Established3 May 1910 (110 years ago)
CathedralMilitary Cathedral of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Santiago
Current leadership
PopeFrancis
BishopSantiago Silva Retamales
Website
www.iglesia.cl

The Military Bishopric of Chile (Spanish: Obispado Castrense de Chile) is a military ordinariate of the Roman Catholic Church. Immediately subject to the Holy See, it provides pastoral care to Roman Catholics serving in the Chilean Armed Forces and their families.

History

It was first established as a military vicariate on 3 May 1910 with the first military vicar appointment on 27 May 1910. It was elevated to a military ordinariate 21 July 1986. The military ordinary's seat is located at the Military Cathedral of Our Lady of Mount Carmel (Catedral Castrense de Nuestra Señora del Carmen) in the city of Santiago, Chile.

Bishops

Office holders

Military vicars
  • Rafael Edwards Salas (appointed 27 May 1910 – died 5 August 1938)
  • José Luis Fermandois Cabrera (appointed 8 August 1938 – died 18 August 1941)
  • Carlos Labbé Márquez (appointed 18 August 1941 – died 17 October 1941)
  • Julio Tadeo Ramírez Ortiz (appointed 17 October 1941 – died 10 June 1942)
  • Teodoro Eugenín Barrientos, SS.CC. (appointed 20 June 1942 – retired 21 December 1959)
  • Francisco Xavier Gillmore Stock (appointed 16 October 1959 – retired 26 November 1983)
  • José Joaquín Matte Varas (appointed 26 November 1983 – became military ordinary 21 July 1986)
Military ordinaries
  • José Joaquín Matte Varas (appointed 21 July 1986 – resigned 31 January 1995)
  • Gonzalo Duarte García de Cortázar, SS.CC. (appointed 31 January 1995 – resigned 4 November 1999)
  • Pablo Lizama Riquelme (appointed 4 January 1999 – Appointed, Coadjutor Archbishop of Antofagasta 27 February 2004)
  • Juan Barros Madrid (appointed 9 October 2004 – appointed Bishop of Osorno, installed March 2015)
  • Santiago Silva Retamales (appointed 7 July 2015)

Auxiliary bishop

  • Hernán Frías Hurtado (1957), did not take effect

References

This page was last edited on 11 June 2020, at 05:26
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