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Another Vincentian Bishop – Rev. Faustino Burgos Brisman, CM

New Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic)

 

The Holy Father has appointed Rev. Faustino Burgos Brisman, CM as the auxiliary bishop of the archdiocese of Santo Domingo.  Father has been given the titular see of Bararo and is currently ministering as Director of the Daughters of Charity in the Caribbean.

 

Rev, Faustino Burgos Brisman was born on February 15th, 1960 in San Francisco de Macoris (in the diocese with the same name).  He entered the Internal Seminary of the Congregation of the Mission in 1982 and was ordained a priest on May 30th, 1987.  He received a graduate degree in Religious Studies as well as another degree in the area of administration of educational centers and private schools.  He participated (in Paris, France) in a course on Spirituality.

 

His ministerial experience is very diversified: parish ministry, seminary formation, director of various educational centers in Santo Domingo.  He has also ministered in Haiti.  From 2003-2015, he served as Visitor of this region.  Since 2015 he Fr. Burgos has served as Provincial Director of the Daughters of Charity in the Caribbean.

One Response to Another Vincentian Bishop – Rev. Faustino Burgos Brisman, CM

  1. The Rev. Dr. Edward Ambrose "Ed" July 25, 2017 at 2:49 pm #

    The Holy Spirit is renewing the church. I feel that it’s God’s design that the Holy Father is a Jesuit who knows that Vincent truly taught men how to be priests. Similarly,Saint Vincent de Paul taught men and women how to represent Jesus Christ in His church. As a result,through Father Burgos et al,the Holy Catholic Church is becoming simultaneously united,diversified and relevant to God’s people making their way towards Heaven!

    Keep up the great work,Vincentian Family!

    Ed Ambrose,AA,St. Joe’s,1957

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