The statement also said the Pope, in the same context, named Father Habib Chamieh of the Maronite Mariamite order, as vicar Apostolic of the Saint Charbel diocese in Argentina, to succeed Archbishop Charbel Merhi.
What does VA stand for?
VA stands for Vicar Apostolic
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Bishop Paul Hinder from Switzerland heads the Vicar Apostolic of Southern Arabia and is based in Abu Dhabi.
Another old boy from Downside, Father William Morris, had just been appointed Vicar Apostolic of Mauritius, which included the island of Australia in its vast domain.
In addition, the Vicar Apostolic of Aleppo, Monsignor Giuseppe Nazzaro told Fides that these reports are beginning to break down the wall of silence built up to now by the press worldwide, while extremist and terrorist movements are making headway.
It was presided over by the head of the Catholic Church for Bahrain, Vicar Apostolic of Kuwait, Bishop Camillo Ballin.
According to the Vicar Apostolic of Kuwait, Kuwait is home to around 200,000 Catholics, mainly migrant workers from India and the Philippines, belonging to different factions.
Daniel Comboni an Italian visited Sudan on many occasions and held the position of the Vicar Apostolic of Central Africa.
The Italian was appointed as vicar apostolic in the Anatolia region in 2004 by the late Pope John Paul II.