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List of bishops to receive Pallium in revised ceremony on Feast of St. Peter and Paul

2012-06-28

Cardinal Rainer Maria Woelki of Berlin

Cardinal Francisco Robles Ortega of Guadalajara

Archbishop Francesco Moraglia, patriarch of Venice

Archbishop Alfredo Horacio Zecca of Tucuman, Argentina

Archbishop Mario Alberto Molina Palma. of Los Altos, Guatemala

Archbishop Charles Joseph Chaput of Philadelphia

Archbishop Luc Cyr of Sherbrooke, Canada

Archbishop Salvador Pineiro Garcia Calderon of Ayacucho, Peru

Archbishop Francesco Panfilo of Rabaul, Papua New Guinea

Archbishop Ulises Antonio Gutierrez Reyes of Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela

Archbishop Stanislaw Budzik of Lublin, Poland

Archbishop Wilson Tadeu Jonck of Florianopolis, Brazil

Archbishop Paul Andre Durocher of Gatineau, Canada

Archbishop Luis Antonio G. Tagle of Manila, Philippines

Archbishop Patrick D’Rozario of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Archbishop Wiktor Pawel Skworc of Katowice, Poland

Archbishop Jose F. Advincula of Capiz, Philippines

Archbishop Filippo Santoro of Taranto, Italy

Archbishop Jose Francisco Rezende Dias of Niteroi, Brazil

Archbishop Esmeraldo Barreto de Farias of Porto Velho, Brazil

Archbishop Jaime Vieira Rocha of Natal, Brazil

Archbishop Joseph Harris of Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

Archbishop Waclaw Depo of Czestochowa, Poland

Archbishop Ignatius Chama of Kasama, Zambia

Archbishop Pascal Wintzer of Poitiers, France

Archbishop John Moolachira of Guwahati, India

Archbishop William Charles Skurla of Pittsburgh of the Byzantines

Archbishop Joseph Coutts of Karachi, Pakistan

Archbishop Romulo Geolina Valles of Davao, Philippines

Archbishop Airton Jose dos Santos of Campinas, Brazil

Archbishop Timothy Costelloe of Perth, Australia

Archbishop Jacinto Furtado de Brito Sobrinho of Teresina, Brazil

Archbishop Thomas D’Souza of Calcutta, India

Archbishop Arrigo Miglio of Cagliari, Italy

Archbishop John F. Du of Palo, Philippines

Archbishop Paulo Mendes Peixoto of Uberaba, Brazil

Archbishop Christian Lepine of Montreal, Canada

Archbishop William Edward Lori of Baltimore

Archbishop Mark Benedict Coleridge of Brisbane, Australia

Archbishop Jesus Carlos Cabrero Romero of San Luis Potosi, Mexico

Archbishop Andrew Yeom Soo jung of Seoul, Korea

Archbishop Benedito Roberto of Malanje, Angola

Archbishop Alfred Adewale Martins of Lagos, Nigeria

Archbishop Samuel Joseph Aquila of Denver

There are two new archbishops who cannot attend the ceremony and so they will receive the Pallium in their own archdiocese:

Archbishop Gabriel Justice Yaw Anokye of Kumasi, Ghana

Archbishop Valery Vienneau of Moncton, Canada