Bishop Daniel Flores Lecture:

DateOctober 28, 2014
Time3:30 - 5:00 pm
LocationPaul Powell Chapel-Truett Seminary
Baylor University
Waco, TX
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Church the State and the Shifting Dynamics of Public Secularity - See
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Bishop
Daniel Flores is the Sixth Bishop of the Diocese of Brownsville. He
studied at the University of Dallas, and Holy Trinity Seminary,
completing a BA in Philosophy in 1983 and Masters of Divinity in 1987.
He was ordained to the priesthood for the Diocese of Corpus Christi on
January 30, 1988 and served in various capacities, including Secretary
to the Bishop, Vice Chancellor and Director of Vocations. He was
assigned to further study at the Casa Santa Maria in Rome in 1997 and
completed work on doctoral dissertation in Sacred Theology at the
Angelicum in 2000. In 2001, he was assigned to serve as a Formation
Director for graduate level seminarians at St. Mary's Seminary, Houston,
Texas in the Diocese of Galveston-Houston, and Adjunct Professor for
the University of St. Thomas School of Theology. In Sept 2005 he was
assigned Rector of Corpus Christi Cathedral, while retaining assignment
as Vice-Rector of Saint Mary's Seminary in Houston. October of 2006 he
was appointed Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Detroit; was
ordained in Detroit on November 29, 2006. He became the Cardinal's
Liaison for Hispanic Affairs with Regional Responsibilities for parishes
in the Archdiocese of Detroit; Adjunct Professor at Sacred Heart School
of Theology, Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Detroit, Michigan. He was
appointed Bishop of the Diocese of Brownsville on December 9, 2009.



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