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Edward Joseph Adams

His Excellency
Edward Joseph Adams
Apostolic Nuncio to Greece
Appointed 22 February 2011
Predecessor Luigi Gatti
Other posts Titular Archbishop of Scala
Orders
Ordination 16 May 1970
by John Joseph Cardinal Krol
Consecration

23 October 1996
by Angelo Cardinal Sodano; Co-consecrators:

Anthony Joseph Cardinal Bevilacqua, John Patrick Cardinal Foley
Personal details
Birth name Edward Joseph Adams
Born (1944-08-24) 24 August 1944
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Nationality
Denomination
Previous post
  • Apostolic Nuncio to
  • Bangladesh (1996-2002)
  • Zimbabwe (2002–2007)
  • Philippines (2007-2011)
Alma mater
Motto In Cruce Salus
Coat of arms
Styles of
Edward Joseph Adams
Reference style His Excellency
Spoken style Your Excellency
Religious style Archbishop

Edward Joseph Adams (born 24 August 1944) is an American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church serving as Apostolic Nuncio to Greece since 2011.

Biography

Early life, education, ordination

Archbishop Adams was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (USA), on 24 August 1944.[1] After his elementary education in Catholic grammar schools, he attended St. Joseph’s Preparatory School, Villanova University, and Philadelphia’s St. Charles Theological Seminary. He was ordained a priest on 16 May 1970 by John Joseph Cardinal Krol, the Archbishop of Philadelphia.[1]


After being assigned to advanced studies in Rome, he graduated, in 1976, from the Pontifical Ecclesiastical Academy. Since then, he served the Pope in Apostolic Nunciatures in various countries throughout the world.

Assignments, Diplomatic Corps of the Holy See

Adams was designated Apostolic Nuncio to Bangladesh and Titular Archbishop of Scala on 24 August 1996,[2] and was consecrated on 23 October of that year by Angelo Cardinal Sodano, the Papal Secretary of State. His principal co-consecrators were Anthony Joseph Cardinal Bevilacqua and John Patrick Cardinal Foley.[1]


After six years as Papal Representative in Bangladesh, Adams was named Apostolic Nuncio to Zimbabwe on 22 August 2002 and,[3] after serving five years in that country, on 3 September 2007, he was appointed Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines, the 16th Papal Representative to the country.[1][4]


On 22 February 2011 he was appointed Nuncio to Greece.[1][5]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e http://www.gcatholic.org/dioceses/nunciature/nunc066.htm
  2. ^ Annuario Pontificio (1997), p. 1319.
  3. ^ Annuario Pontificio (2003), p. 1239.
  4. ^ Annuario Pontificio (2008), p. 1352.
  5. ^ Annuario Pontificio (2011), p. 1314.
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
George Pell
Titular Archbishop of Scala
24 August 1996–present
Incumbent
Preceded by
Adriano Bernardini
Apostolic Nuncio to Bangladesh
24 August 1996–22 August 2002
Succeeded by
Paul Tschang In-nam
Preceded by
Peter Paul Prabhu
Apostolic Nuncio to Zimbabwe
22 February 2011–present
Succeeded by
George Kocherry
Preceded by
Fernando Filoni
Apostolic Nuncio to the Philippines
3 September 2007–22 February 2011
Succeeded by
Giuseppe Pinto
Preceded by
Luigi Gatti
Apostolic Nuncio to Greece
22 February 2011–present
Incumbent
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