Brady a new Bishop for Sydney
Pope Benedict has appointed Reverend Father Terence John Brady as an Auxiliary Bishop for the Archdiocese of Sydney.
The Vatican's announcement was welcomed by Cardinal George Pell, Archbishop of Sydney.
"I look forward to working with Bishop Brady," Cardinal Pell said.
"He is a man with a deep love of God and loyalty to the church. He is highly respected as a man who has demonstrated wonderful pastoral care for the people of Sydney."
The Australian Associated Press reported Bishop Brady, 60, will join Bishop Julian Porteous and Bishop Anthony Fisher as the third bishop in the archdiocese of Sydney.
He is also assigned to the Titular See of Talattula.
Bishop Brady, who has served in parishes across Sydney, replaces Bishop David Cremin who retired in 2005.
He will be ordained at St Mary's Cathedral on November 16.
Pope Appoints Bishop Brady, SMH 04/10/07
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