225 Main Street, Suite 100 Rapid City, SD 57701 (605) 343-3541 The Vicars have an important and unique role as both representatives of and advisors to Bishop Serratelli in their particular area of ministry.
Vicar General. Vicar General. Forms & Guides for Parishes and Priests. Contact. Vicar General. Reverend Monsignor David D. Brockman V.G. 984-900-3405 ... Diocese of Parramatta. The Diocese of Parramatta reaffirms the wise axiom attributed to Saint Augustine of Hippo: “In essentials, unity; in non-essentials, freedom; in all things, charity.” In this spirit, Catholic Outlook publishes a variety of Catholic viewpoints. They are not necessarily the official views of the Diocese of Parramatta. The vicar is aided in the settlement of all matters regarding the clergy by the examiners of the clergy, in the settlement of questions as to the transfer or deposition of parish priests by the consultors, in all questions as to offices and benefices by the general supervisory council, the deputies for the seminaries, and the advisory council ... The Vicar for Priests also serves as the Director of the Priest Personnel Board. Chair of Priestly Life and Formation Committee This committee works on behalf of the bishop to provide resources for the care of priests in the Austin Diocese.
Typically, every diocese has only one vicar general. According to canon law, the bishop is able to appoint a vicar general and remove him whenever he chooses. The vicar general must be at least 30 years old, an expert in canon law and theology, unrelated to the bishop and of good character. A vicar general reports directly to the bishop. Mailing. Diocese of Great Falls-Billings P.O. Box 1399 Great Falls, MT 59403
Dorene McIntyre is the Assistant to the Bishop and Vicar General. She assists the Bishop of Cheyenne in his ministry by managing daily office duties, scheduling, and special projects for the Bishop and the Bishop’s Office. She serves as liaison between the Bishop and the public, advisory boards, and determinative boards. “A vicar general assists the diocesan bishop in the governance of the entire diocese and is endowed with ordinary power according to the canons. As a general rule, only one vicar general is appointed unless the size of the diocese, the number of its inhabitants or other pastoral reasons warrant otherwise.