Albin Małysiak

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Albin Małysiak, C.M.
Auxiliary Bishop of Kraków
Bp Albin Małysiak pomnik Park Jordana Krakow.jpg
Małysiak bust in Park Jordana, Krakow
SeeBeatia
In office1970–1993
Orders
Ordination1 May 1941
Consecration5 April 1970
by Pope John Paul II
Personal details
Born(1917-06-12)12 June 1917
Kocoń, Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria, Austria-Hungary
Died16 July 2011(2011-07-16) (aged 94)
Kraków, Poland
DenominationRoman Catholic Church

Albin Małysiak C.M. (12 June 1917 – 16 July 2011) was a Polish bishop of the Roman Catholic Church. At the time of his death, he was one of the oldest Catholic bishops and the oldest Polish bishop.[1]

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Małysiak was born in Kocoń, now Poland, in 1917, and was ordained a priest on 1 May 1941 in the religious institute, the Congregation of the Mission. He was appointed titular bishop of Beatia and auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Kraków on 14 January 1970 and ordained on 5 April 1970. Małysiak remained auxiliary bishop of the diocese until his retirement on 27 February 1993.[1]

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