Douglas Warren (bishop)
|Douglas Joseph Warren|
|Bishop of Wilcannia-Forbes|
|Church||Roman Catholic Church|
|See||Diocese of Wilcannia-Forbes|
|In office||1967 - 1994|
|Predecessor||Thomas Martin Fox|
|Successor||Barry Francis Collins|
|Ordination||20 December 1942
by Pietro Cardinal Fumasoni Biondi
|Consecration||27 July 1964
by Norman Thomas Cardinal Gilroy
21 March 1919|
Canowindra, New South Wales, Australia
|Died||6 February 2013(aged 93)|
Douglas Joseph Warren (21 March 1919 – 6 February 2013) was an Australian bishop of the Roman Catholic Church. At the time of his death he was, at the age of 93, the oldest Australian Roman Catholic bishop.
Warren was born in Canowindra, New South Wales, Australia and ordained a priest on 20 December 1942 in the Diocese of Wilcannia-Forbes. He was appointed auxiliary bishop of the same diocese, as well as titular bishop of Aquae Novae in Numidia, on 16 June 1964 and ordained a bishop by Cardinal Sir Norman Thomas Gilroy on 27 July 1964 and co-consecrators Bishop Bryan Gallagher of Port Pirie and Bishop Bernard Stewart of Sandhurst. On 26 September 1967 he was appointed the diocesan bishop and remained in position until his retirement on 30 March 1994.
- "Douglas WARREN Obituary: View Douglas WARREN's Obituary by The Sydney Morning Herald". Tributes.smh.com.au. 2013-02-06. Retrieved 2013-02-20.
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