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Bishop Malloy's Public Schedule
September 2, 2014
Hanover - 5:30 p.m., Mass and Installation as Pastor of Fr. Dennis Morrissy of St. Mary, Elizabeth and St. John, Hanover at St. John Church
September 3, 2014
Rockford - 11:00 a.m., Clergy Relief Meeting at the DAC
September 3, 2014
Rockford - 5:30 p.m., Mass and Installation as Pastor of Fr. Leonardo Jacobs at St. James Church
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Deacon Day
September 3, 2014 - 10:00am (Rockford)
Serra Club of Aurora
September 5, 2014 - 11:40am (Aurora)
Golf Day
September 5, 2014 - 1:00pm (Belvidere)
Walking Toward Eternity: Makin...
September 6, 2014 - 7:30am (Huntley)
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Chancery

A bishop, by divine institution, carries on the work of the apostles. By reason of episcopal consecration, he shares in the triple apostolic function of a teacher of doctrine, a priest of sacred worship, and minister of church government. Bishops are responsible to act in council to guide the Church. The bishop to whom a particular or local church is entrusted is called a diocesan bishop or a residential bishop. All other bishops receive Titular Sees over which they exercise no pastoral authority.

When the pastoral needs of a diocese or archdiocese warrant it, an auxiliary bishop may be assigned to aid the residential bishop in governing his diocese. An auxiliary bishop is assigned when the residential bishop needs assistance in carrying out his duties because of ill health, advanced age, or amount of work. An auxiliary bishop does not have the right of succession within his diocese.

In special circumstances, such as the advanced age or ill health of a diocesan bishop, a coadjutor bishop may be appointed to assist the principal bishop of a diocese. Coadjutor bishops have the right of succession in the diocese of their appointment from the time the See becomes vacant upon the death or retirement of its bishop.

About Bishop David J. Malloy

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Chancery
Mailing Address
P.O. Box 7044
Rockford, IL 61125

(815) 399-4300
FAX: (815) 399-5266
www.rockforddiocese.org

VICARS GENERAL
Rev. Msgr. Glenn L. Nelson, J.C.L.
Rev. Msgr. Eric R. Barr, S.T.L.
Most Rev. Thomas G. Doran, D.D J.C.D., Bishop Emeritus

MODERATOR OF THE CURIA
Rev. Msgr. Glenn L. Nelson, J.C.L.

CHANCELLOR
Rev. Msgr. Eric R. Barr, S.T.L.

GENERAL COUNSEL
Mrs. Ellen B. Lynch

DIOCESAN MASTER OF CEREMONIES
Rev. Joseph P. Naill

SECRETARY TO THE BISHOP
Deacon Thomas F. McKenna


CHANCERY STAFF
Mrs. Tammy White
Secretary to Bishop Malloy

Mrs. Kathy Whitcomb
Secretary to Msgr. Barr

Mrs. Deb Beatty
Secretary to Msgr. Nelson

Sally Mullen
Secretary to Mrs. Ellen Lynch Harrison

Mrs. Gwen Lashock
Secretary to Bishop Emeritus Doran




















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