Wednesday, July 18, 2007

New Bishop for Pittsburgh

~from the Bollettino

The Holy Father has nominated Bishop David Zubik, formerly Bishop of Green Bay, Wisconsin, to be Bishop of Pittsburgh.

Bishop Zubik was born in 1949, studied at St. Paul seminary in Pittsburgh and received his theological degree from St. Mary in Baltimore. He also received a Masters degree in Education from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh in 1982.

He was ordained a priest in the Diocese of Pittsburgh in 1975, became Auxiliary Bishop of Pittsburgh 1997, and named as Bishop of Green Bay in 2003.

More on Bishop Zubik

1 comment:

PhiMuAlpha2681 said...

Argent,

You may want to change the title of the article. Pittsburgh is a suffragan diocese of Philly, and as such does not have an archbishop. PA's only archbishop is Cardinal Rigali.

~Nick