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Archbishop Victor-Valentin (Colomban-Marie) Dreyer, O.F.M. †


Apostolic Delegate Emeritus to Indochina

Titular Archbishop of Adulis


15 Feb 1866Born
8 Sep 188721.5EnteredMember of Order of Friars Minor
25 Sep 188822.6First VowsMember of Order of Friars Minor
25 Jul 188923.4Ordained PriestPriest of Order of Friars Minor
4 Oct 189125.6Perpetual VowsPriest of Order of Friars Minor
27 Jun 192357.3AppointedVicar Apostolic of Rabat, Morocco
27 Jun 192357.3AppointedTitular Bishop of Orthosias in Phoenicia
16 Aug 192357.5Ordained BishopTitular Bishop of Orthosias in Phoenicia
11 Mar 192761.0AppointedVicar Apostolic of Canale di Suez {Suez Canal}, Egypt
24 Nov 192862.7AppointedApostolic Delegate to Indochina
26 Nov 192862.7AppointedTitular Archbishop of Adulis
19 Nov 193670.7ResignedApostolic Delegate to Indochina
7 May 194478.2DiedApostolic Delegate Emeritus to Indochina

MicroData Summary for Victor-Valentin (Colomban-Marie) Dreyer
(VIAF: 159933387; WikiData: Q3557272)
Archbishop Victor-Valentin (Colomban-Marie) Dreyer O.F.M. (born , died ) Apostolic Delegate Emeritus of Indochina

Birth PlaceRosheim, Diocese of Strasbourg, France
Ordained PriestPau
Ordained BishopFranciscaines Missionnaires de Marie, Chapel, Paris, Archdiocese of Paris, France
Death PlaceChâteau, Vigny, Val-d'Oise

  • a priest for 54.7 years
  • a bishop for 20.7 years
Episcopal Lineage / Apostolic Succession:

  • c2+: LC
  • b/c2+: Les Ordinations Épiscopales, Year 1923, Number 47


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