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Philippine bishop proposes lay administrators for dioceses

June 28, 2019

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CWN Editor's Note: In a recent meeting with Pope Francis, Bishop Francisco de Leon of Antipolo proposed diocesan lay administrators so that bishops could focus on prayer, preaching, and evangelization. “I told the Pope that what we need is a competent layperson who should have managerial skills and who is already retired,” the bishop said.

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