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PRO-ACTIVE VOCATION RECRUITING

By Fr. Wilson (articles ) | Feb 05, 2004

I have developed a new, pro-active vocation recruiting strategy. It involves carefully reading through the news each day, identifying certain potential candidates and properly placing them according to their gifts. This guy gets to be the next Bishop of Phoenix.

Anyone have the phone number of the Congregation for Bishops in Rome??

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  • Posted by: Fr. Zuhlsdorf o{]:¬) - Feb. 05, 2004 6:58 AM ET USA

    Sure, Rev. Father, with the mailing address and my compliments to you this fine day: Congregation for Bishops Palazzo delle Congregazioni Piazza Pio XII, 10 00193 Roma (ITALY) Telephone from USA: 011-39-06.69.88.42.17 Fax: 06.69.88.53.03 Hmm... wait... rhetorical question, right? Fell right into that one! o{]:¬)

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