VATICAN CITY, JAN 31, 2005 (VIS) - The Holy Father appointed Msgr. Giovanni Francesco Brugnaro, bureau chief at the Congregation for the Oriental Churches, as Holy See permanent observer to the World Tourism Organization. He succeeds Msgr. Piero Monni, whose resignation from the same office was accepted by the Holy Father.
On Saturday, January 29, it was made public that the Holy Father appointed as consultors to the Congregation for Catholic Education: Bishops Allen Henry Vigneron of Oakland, U.S.A.; Stanislaw Wojciech Wielgus, of Plock, Poland; Jean Louis Brugues of Angers, France; Diego Coletti of Livorno, Italy; Rainer Woelki, auxiliary of Cologne, Germany, and Fabio Duque Jaramillo of Armenia, Colombia; Frs. Carlo Bresciani, professor at the diocesan seminary of Brescia, Italy, and Lawrence B. Terrien, P.S.S., superior general of the Suplician Fathers, France; Msgr. Krzysztof Pawlina, rector of the major seminary of Warsaw, Poland; Fr. Francisco Mateos Gil, L.C., professor at the "Regina Apostolorum" Pontifical University, Rome; Sister Lydia M. Allen, R.S.M., expert in psychology from Mainz, Germany; Frs. Hubertus Blaumeiser, professor at the faculty of theology of the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome; Bernhard Korner, professor at the faculty of theology in Graz, Austria, and Javier Canosa Rodríguez, professor in the faculty of canon law at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross, Rome; Msgr. Guy Real Thivierge, secretary general of the F.I.U.C., France; Fr. James Conn, S.J., professor in the faculty of canon law at the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome; Msgr. Alfredo Horacio Zecca, rector of the Pontifical Catholic University of Buenos Aires, Argentina; Frs. David M. O'Connell, C.M., president of the Catholic University of America, Washington, U.S.A.; Franco Imoda, S.J., rector emeritus of the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome, and Antonio Maria Perrone, Sch.P., president of the F.I.D.A.E., Rome; Sister Ausilia Chang Hiang Chu, F.M.A., head of the "Auxilium" Pontifical Faculty for the Educational Sciences, Rome. Frs. Kevin Doran, national coordinator for diocesan vocations of the Irish Episcopal Conference, Dublin, Ireland, Antonio Fiorenza, R.C.I., vicar general of the Rogationist Fathers, Rome, and Jesus Arriero Pulido, of the Brotherhood of Worker Priests, Rome; Msgr. Paolo Selvadagi, rector of the Minor Pontifical Seminary, Rome; Fr. Ludovico Caputo, S.D.V., superior general of the Vocationist Fathers; Sister Maria De Luca, director of the young people's educational magazine "Se Vuoi," Italy; Manuel António Garcia Braga Da Cruz, rector of the Portuguese Catholic University, Lisbon, Portugal, and Etienne Verhack, secretary general of the C.E.E.C., Brussels, Belgium.
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