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Oblate Statistics

1 January 2014

*Of whom 47 are bishops and 3 are priests in temporal vows
 

In the above table, each Oblate is counted in the Region to which he belongs. For example, the Oblates in Zambia are counted only in Africa-Madagascar, although they are members of the United States Province. The scholastics in Rome are listed in their home Region. “B1.” indicates perpetually professed Brothers, and “B2” the Brothers who are still in first formation. PD refers to an Oblate Brother who is a permanent deacon.

 

 

Summary (as of January 1, 2014)

 

 Personnel by Unit (as of December 31, 2013)

 

The next table shows the number of Oblates according to the Unit to which they belong. For example, all the Oblates attached to the Zambia Delegation are listed there, even though they are juridically members of the United States Province, or may be temporarily living elsewhere. Some of the Zambian scholastics are in Cedara, others in the U.S. etc.

KeyCard.=Cardinal; Ar.Ep.=Archbishop; Ep.=Bishop; Pr.Ap=Prefect Apostolic; Fr.=Father; Br.=Brother;Br.T.=Brother with temp. vows; Fr.T.=Father without Oblation No.; Sc.P.=Scolastics with perp. vows;Sc.T.= Scolastics with temp. vows; Deac.= Perm. Deac.

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