Bishops of the Society.
All of the church bishops have been consecrated by the principal consecrator for which is Archbishop David Bell and Archbishop N Anderson, who was consecrated by Patriarch Castillo Mendez, Diocesan Bishop of Brasilia, Brazil; who was in turn consecrated by the Roman Catholic Bishop Carlos Duarte Costa in 1948.The Rite used for our consecrations is the Pre Vatican II Roman Pontifical. Particular attention is paid throughout the consecration with the rubrics.
There is always the minimum of three (3) bishops present during the consecrations.
The principal consecrator for which is the Primus and two co consecrators.
**Please note that deacons and parish priest’s names will not appear on this webpage; for information about a deacon or parish priest. Please contact their named bishop**
The Most Reverend David Cardinal Bell. KGCCSG DD. BA(Thl) LL.D.
His Beatitude,Patriarch of Commonwealth.
Cardinal-Archbishop of London "Primus & Superior General"
The Most Reverend Martin Lee. KGCCSG DD. BA(Thl).
My Lord; His Grace the Archbishop of Derby "Metropolitan " UK
The Most Reverend John Carroll.KOSG DD.
My Lord; His Grace the Archbishop of Swansea. "Metropolitan" Vicar Judicial & Episcopal Vicar.
The Most Reverend N Anderson.KGCCSG DD. BA(Thl)
My Lord: His Grace the Archbishop of Ballarat. Metropolitan.
The Right Reverend Robin Muntode.
Bishop of Nashik.
The Most Reverend Charles Jerome.
His Grace the Archbishop of Central / West Africa. "Metropolitan".
The Right Reverend Brian Dineley. DD. BA (Thl). FSA (Scot)
His Lordship the Bishop of Strathclyde.
The Right Reverend Michael Boughey. DD.
His Lordship the Bishop of Cheshire
The Right ReverendT Bodkin.
My Lord the Bishop of Sussex.
The Right Reverend David Steele. DD. BA.
His Lordship the Bishop of S underland
The Right Reverend Maxime
Abbot . Central Africa
The Most Reverend Dr. John SD Raju.
His Grace the Archbishop of South India.
The Right Reverend Jonathan Marie
The Right Reverend Jean Patrice Ebomena
Bishop of Cameroun. Africa
The Right Reverend Gordon Nield. KOSG
His Lordship the Bishop of Geelong. Australia.
The Right Reverend Andrew Redpath
His Lordship the Bishop of Melbourne. Australia.
The Right Reverend Ramzi Musallam
His Lordship the Bishop of New Millport. USA.
The Right Reverend Hyunjin Park, D.D.
His Lordship the Bishop of Seoul
The Right Reverend Rosario Pezzani.
Bishop Elect of Messina. Italy.
The Right Reverend Jonathon MBA Obame.
The Right Reverend Robert Edzang MVE.
His Lordship the Bishop of Mitzic, Republic of Gabon.
The Right Reverend Pembita Sita. Bishop of Noire. Congo.
| |The Right Reverend Martin Blaise.
Bishop of Akonolinga Yembama. Africa.
The Right Reverend Martyn Douglas. Bishop of Hamtun.
The Right Reverend Martin Carroll.
Former Co adjutor Bishop of Walsall 'left SPLXIII'
The Right Reverend Robert McBride. Bishop Emeritus.
The Right Reverend A Earl-Williams
Bishop of Walsall st Pancras 'AOLV'.
The above bishops have been consecrated by the Archbishop primus of and for the Church, whether they still be apart of the Church or moved to another Catholic Church.
If the bishops' name is not listed within, he has not been consecrated by the bishops of the society.
All consecration papers carry an transparent waterseal of the Archbishops coat of arms only visible when held in the light.
THE STRUCTURE OF THE SOCIETY OF POPE LEO XIII.
I. GENERAL SYNOD: Meets every three (3) years to discuss the Society matters and interprets religious teachingsSelects proposed candidates as bishops and establishes the Society policy, law, and discipline.
II. SPECIAL SYNODS such as provincial, et cetera, called when necessary.
III. SUPREME COUNCILS meet annually to review the Society work and to administer all matters of Church businesses, which concern the Society as a whole.
IV. BISHOP PRIMUS is an Archbishop who acts similar to a chief executive of the Society. He acts as principal consecrator to new bishops, convenes synods, presides at the Supreme Council, controls the Society’s publications, and discipline in the dioceses.
I. DIOCESAN SYNOD occurs every three (3) years after the General Synod to enact laws pertinent to the diocese.
II. DIOCESAN COUNCILS administer the Society’s local matters in the diocese.
III. BISHOPS appoint priests, preside at Diocesan Councils, visit parishes, confer Sacraments, and administer their dioceses.
SENIORS (MONSIGNORS) are appointed by the bishop. They oversee the running of the parish matters as instructed by the bishop.
I. PARISH MEETINGS are held every year to elect committee members, to call for actions necessary for the parish, to review and consider parish reports. Important meetings may also be called if necessary.
II. PARISH COMMITTEES are elected by the parish. At least five (5) laity members serve to assist the parish priest to fulfill parish and synodial resolutions, et cetera.
III. PRIESTS are appointed by the bishop to guide the Church members within the Society in faith, to organize the Society in parish events, and to administer Church businesses.